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World Autism Awareness Day is April 2nd, and it's the perfect time to help increase awareness about issues concerning autism.

Autism affects people from all nations, of all colors, in all geographic regions. And the occurrences of autism are only increasing. Caring for individuals with autism as well as educating others about its realities have proven tremendous goals, but we can all make a difference by creating more awareness around this condition.

For example, did you know that some with autism are highly artistic, or exhibit heightened memorization abilities, or are extremely adept with miniscule details?

Shedding some of the stereotypes and reinforcing the facts are a great way to honor World Autism Day. Please sign our pledge, and in the comments section, let us know something you'd like others to be aware of about autism.

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Petition Signatures


May 29, 2016 Dawn Shockley
May 29, 2016 Sr. Mary G. Senderak
May 27, 2016 Carolyn Crawford
May 22, 2016 Elisabetta Palma
May 20, 2016 Megan McMillen
May 17, 2016 (Name not displayed)
May 13, 2016 angie nelson Autism speaks lets make a difference
May 12, 2016 Richard Thompson
May 1, 2016 karyn parker
Apr 24, 2016 Peter Cole Education for children at an early age, outlining about Special Needs Children AND definitely more training / education for Police
Apr 21, 2016 Sara Levitt
Apr 21, 2016 Theresa Smith
Apr 20, 2016 Beverly George We need to make law enforcement more aware of autism. When an autistic person comes in contact with the law they are often misunderstood. All public service people need to be further educated.
Apr 17, 2016 Adelina Jaudal
Apr 12, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Apr 10, 2016 tonya painter
Apr 10, 2016 Genesis Merano
Apr 8, 2016 Tara Jones
Apr 7, 2016 Stephanie Cleveland I have a child with autism and all the support and help is greatful
Apr 5, 2016 Ruby King It is possible to be on the Autism Spectrum & not exhibit obvious impairments/behaviours as specified in the diagnostic criteria. Individuals may have found a way of adapting (with/without support). Anyone could be Autistic even if it doesn't seem so!
Apr 5, 2016 Anette Stauske
Apr 4, 2016 Meghan Lara
Apr 3, 2016 Heather Rinehart
Apr 3, 2016 Linda McGee I have an autistic grandson. I hope and pray that understanding of children like him comes soon. And getting help gets easier.
Apr 3, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Apr 2, 2016 Jim Simpson For my boy Ross xxxx
Apr 1, 2016 Victoria Devine Hey im Victoria, i have aspergers syndrome, high end autism for those not fluent. I work two jobs and working to get my own place. I was once told id never talk again. You see i was mute in grade school. Where most teachers had given up hope on me.
Mar 30, 2016 Ashley Merriman
Mar 26, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Mar 26, 2016 Tina Wiltison
Mar 24, 2016 Catherine Pennycoff I am the mother of a child on the spectrum. Asperger's is often overlooked because of the high functioning capacity these children often display. Unfortunately because of their ability to "function", other behavioral problems are overlooked.
Mar 22, 2016 (Name not displayed)
Mar 22, 2016 Ivone Oliveira
Mar 19, 2016 Emily Pickens
Mar 19, 2016 Rachel Hearlson
Mar 17, 2016 wendy gutierrez
Mar 13, 2016 Kim Lamb
Mar 12, 2016 Peter Blattner
Mar 12, 2016 (Name not displayed) Parent training for problematic behaviors and alternative teaching. Also how to get help financially or support for coping.
Mar 11, 2016 Lucinda Hayes
Mar 7, 2016 Helga Blackthorne
Mar 5, 2016 Lori Hernandez
Feb 19, 2016 Laura Stanley
Feb 18, 2016 Keith Gorman
Feb 16, 2016 kayann ramos
Feb 12, 2016 Brandon Danaher
Feb 11, 2016 Marie St Martin
Feb 9, 2016 Debra Wihoit
Feb 7, 2016 Susan Saikami
Feb 6, 2016 Kibby Romero

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