Neurodiversity

World Autism Awareness Day

Fourteenth annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2021. Communities around the world come together on April 2nd to recognize autistic individuals and those who love and support them.

Celebrate differences

World Autism Awareness Day spotlights hurdles autistic individuals and others living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) face daily. As a growing global healthdisorder it’s increasingly gaining more exposure in the press.

ASD is a neurological disorder that has been steadily been gaining more understanding globally. This important day of recognition aims to further increase and develop world knowledge of children and adults on theautism spectrum. World Autism Awareness Day is a day to celebrate the talents of autistic individuals, while focussing on embracing and welcoming these diverse skills everyday.

Please share this short animated video to educate those you around you to understand some of the differences people face all around us everyday. 

AMAZING THINGS HAPPEN –Alexander Amelines. (Autism explanation animated 4 minutes)

Amazing things happen, by Alexander Amelines

Sesame Street – Meet Julia. She is autistic. (Younger explanation 10 minutes)

Sesame Street – Meet Julia (Autistic representation)

https://youtu.be/dKCdV20zLMs

Autism Network LAC would like to take this opportunity to thank you for taking the time to learn more about autism and by doing this it will hopefully create a more inclusive world for those we love and care about. 

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