World Autism Awareness Day: 2 April

World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) aims to put a spotlight on the hurdles that people with autism – and others living with autism – face every day. As a growing global health issue owing to its increasing exposure in the press and common knowledge, autism is an issue that is only gaining more understanding – and WAAD activities are planned every year to further increase and develop world knowledge of children and adults who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

What’s more, World Autism Awareness Day goes one step further to celebrate the unique talents of those with autism, while putting a huge focus on the warm embrace and welcome that these skills deserve through community events around the globe.

43 thoughts on “World Autism Awareness Day: 2 April

      1. Its going great.Its so nice and exciting to be in touch with you and kp exchanging our hot views.I love to interact with you and read your exciting comments!
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  1. Thank you for sharing. My son was diagnosed with Autism at 4 years old. It makes me so happy when I see that people are more accepting and loving towards people with Autism…campaigns like this are increasing and so very helpful in that way! ❤

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    1. Glad to know that your son emerged victorious in battling Autism. I’m playing a very insignificant role in spreading awareness, but if I could help someone, my act will be justified. I too get delighted when I see awareness camps and organisations, it gives me a sense that the scope for humanity hasn’t died. God bless your son❤

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  2. Hats off for everyone out there struggling with autism or other disorder but they are still succeeding and shining! Thank you for this information and for spreading awareness 🙂

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  3. Thank you for your post, kids and people with autism can achieve a lot of things, but they need support and help from us, only together we can help them, by changing society in to the better world..❤️

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    1. Yes, they need to be encouraged otherwise they feel ‘different’ and left out. Constant motivation and a healthy surrounding is very important for their betterment. Thank you so much Ilona for taking out time to read this.❤🙂

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  4. Hello. I’ve started an Autism Awareness blog and I was wondering if you had any feedback. I only started it recently, however I have had different blogs in the past. I’d appreciate it if you could check out my blogs. Thanks.

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