The Top 6 Ways To Support Autism Awareness Month

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Each year, on April 2,  we commemorate World Autism Awareness Day, and during April Autism Awareness Month. The main goal is to raise awareness and to create inclusion, and acceptance. 

Why Should We Support Autism Awareness Month? 

Honoring Autism Awareness Month goes far beyond wearing a blue ribbon. There are many powerful reasons why we should all celebrate this month:

It Raises Awareness: It ensures that the population knows about Autism and its symptomatology. It also creates an understanding of specific behaviors, as well as respect for ASD individuals.

It Stands For Those Who Cant: Autism Awareness seeks to give a voice and a place to Autistic people that want to be heard and understood. As they tell their stories it opens up peoples understanding and comprehension.

It Opens Opportunities: Another reason to celebrate this month is due to the fact that as awareness increases, inclusion increases, and people with ASD can have opportunities to succeed as most people do. Autistic-friendly jobs are being opened, classes are becoming inclusive, and even attractions are being designed for ASD individuals to enjoy (such as Disney Fast passes or Special theater plays designed to be Autistic friendly).

It Acknowledges Families: Taking care of a person with Autism can be exhausting for family members and caregivers that passionately do this every day. Simple words of affirmation and understanding of their challenges and daily commitment can make the whole difference for it creates understanding and empathy.

 

How Can I Help Supporting Autism Awareness Month?

– Speak Up

Every time you hear someone saying something inconsiderate, speak up! Raising your voice makes a huge difference. 

– Educate Others

When visiting family members or having friends over, share about ASD and educate them on autism traits, and tolerance. 

– Raise Awareness in Children 

If there are children around, read them stories that include ASD characters like My Brother Charlie, or A Friend Like Simon,  help kids feel empathy with all kinds of characters, including those with 

autism.

– Advocate 

If you have a business or know somebody that is hiring, incentivize autism inclusion by hiring or recommending someone on the spectrum. 

– Show Your  Support

Simple things like sharing ASD awareness information on social media are powerful, show your support by spreading helpful information.

– Get Involved

Joining autism communities online is also a great way to get involved, and connect with other families in the spectrum. Also, it is an incredible opportunity to share your knowledge with other parents and learn from their experiences. At WSCC, we offer support for autistic families and their children with stem cell therapy treatments that can transform autistic conditions by healing the gut, decreasing inflammation, and improving brain function. We also created an autistic community on Facebook that is destined to offer support and companionship for ASD parents and their families on their journey.

Autistic people face challenges, that most people will never experience, in unsuitable education styles, inadequate facilities, and even lack of support from society. Let’s build a better world where inclusion, awareness, empathy, and opportunities are given to all individuals equally. Our Autistic children have many things to say, let’s make their voices louder for all of the world to hear!

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