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Sponsored by: The Autism Site

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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Oct 1, 2014 (Name not displayed) Me and my brother are on the spectrum so we know how it feels for people with autism. I hope to help raise awareness for autism.
Sep 27, 2014 Catherine Baker
Sep 27, 2014 Yvonne Billingslea
Sep 27, 2014 Tanya Hicks I'm writing this for my son who has autism. I love him very much. Mommy and daddy are always here for you.
Sep 27, 2014 candie sylvers
Sep 26, 2014 Yanira Cedillo My only son, the love of my life has autism... I dedicate a big part of my time to give him all the help that he needs now....
Sep 26, 2014 (Name not displayed)
Sep 25, 2014 Gwen Piekarz
Sep 25, 2014 Connie Morrison My niece and friend work with special needs children and another friends grandson is on the spectrum. I never knew about autism until I got involved with them. Everyone should know about the autism spectrum.
Sep 25, 2014 Sheryl Hamilton I have two kids with autism
Sep 25, 2014 Janice Odynsky
Sep 24, 2014 Noel Luna
Sep 24, 2014 Danica Kojadinovic
Sep 24, 2014 Salita chanthara
Sep 24, 2014 (Name not displayed)
Sep 24, 2014 Dawn Bowers I really believe that all folks deserve respect!! Everyone has "limits," and those should be "worked around.!!"
Sep 24, 2014 Randee Schwartz-Locke I have met & interacted with many who are Autistic. They are wonderful people & so much to offer - they have a special sensitivity that we "normal" people don't have. We can learn so much from them if we would only open our minds & hearts.
Sep 24, 2014 Aylin Altinok
Sep 23, 2014 Angela Johnston
Sep 23, 2014 Janice Sheehan PLEASE BE AWARE OF THESE CHILDREN. IT'S NOT THERE FAULT THEY HAVE THIS TERRIBLE. DISEASE. THEY SHOULDN'T BE MADE FUN OF OR BULLIED. PRAY FOR THESE CHILDREN. PRAYER MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE AMEN.
Sep 23, 2014 Denny Vanstone
Sep 23, 2014 Adriah Keller
Sep 23, 2014 (Name not displayed) Greetings from Poland. Look how association Wyjątkowe Serce celebrated the World Autism Awareness Day this year in the center of our town: http://www.telewizjaolsztyn.pl/10,2699-niebieskie_baloniki_opanowaly_plac_przed_ratuszem._.html
Sep 23, 2014 Dawn Thane Autistic people are just as fun, clever, & interesting as anyone else. If you're prepared to learn a different language, why should the autism spectrum be any different? We all have something to say, and there should always be someone willing to listen.
Sep 22, 2014 Liz Severin
Sep 22, 2014 Debbie mauller
Sep 22, 2014 Courtney Phipps
Sep 22, 2014 Maria Simao
Sep 22, 2014 cynthia sloan
Sep 22, 2014 John De Keyzer I've a nephew, niece, & granddaughter with autism each of whom I love very much. They each have the same dignity as we who don't have autism. Their dignity (& ours) doesn't come from other people; it comes from God as they (& we) are created in His image.
Sep 22, 2014 areail mcqueen coming from a mother who has a child with autism spectrum it would be a good idea to wise up about this disability.
Sep 21, 2014 Lydia West Knowing the early signs of it.... and knowing a difference in a meltdown and a brat fit...
Sep 21, 2014 Stacy Carmona I want people to know that just because you have autism, you are not stupid. You just process things differently. Autistic people are very good at thinking outside the box. It is a good thing!
Sep 21, 2014 Beth Wright
Sep 21, 2014 Cassandra Hoover I have had seizures since age 2,petitmal,grandmal,febrial,and i have always had aspergers and high functioning autism,my lifes like a rollercoaster,ups and downs,dont know what to do or why,ive been bullied and made fun of all my life
Sep 21, 2014 Jaime Allen My autistic son is the most intelligent person I know, which in tie heys him bullied a lot because kids say he's a "know it all" plus the other kids just don't get his humor. I hate the fact that kids are so cruel & that bullying even exists!
Sep 21, 2014 melissa wells
Sep 21, 2014 James Hooks People with autism are people who feel as much as we do so be kind and befriend someone who has autism you just might learn something.
Sep 20, 2014 jessica Hayes
Sep 20, 2014 B K
Sep 20, 2014 Connie Castillo
Sep 20, 2014 (Name not displayed)
Sep 20, 2014 keeky wood
Sep 20, 2014 lenora stafford-holloway This is 4 my son and nephew and any other child that suffers from autism
Sep 20, 2014 eileen andrea
Sep 20, 2014 Lia McKibben
Sep 20, 2014 Karla Duran
Sep 20, 2014 shannon sheehan If you suspect something is wrong with your child, get them evaluated early! The sooner diagnosed, the sooner they get the help they need and deserve.
Sep 20, 2014 Jessica Hamilton
Sep 20, 2014 Georgette Biddle

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