View ‘Autism Through His Sisters’ Eyes’ at OPL
Oberlin News-Tribune - 4/25/2017
Sisters Isabelle and Claudia Olaes, who attend Oberlin High School, have created a display called “His Ability: Autism Seen Through His Sisters’ Eyes,” which can be viewed at the Oberlin Public Library as part of Autism Awareness Month. The tri-fold display features art and poetry about their brother, Ethan Olaes, a 17-year-old musical prodigy. Diagnosed with autism, Ethan plays eight instruments and attends the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. The display will soon move to the Herrick Memorial Library in Wellington.
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