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World Autism Awareness Day

World Autism Awareness Day

Celebrate the abilities of your child this World Autism Awareness Day. Although we know so much more about autism than we did twenty or thirty years ago, it is still so important for all of us to make sure we are autism aware and ready to accept it.

The eighth annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2016. Every year, autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with unique fundraising and awareness-raising events. The number of people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has dramatically increased over the last few years. Today it’s estimated that one child in every 100 has ASD. This means in a secondary school of 1500 students about 15 of them are autistic.

For people who think autism is incapacity of their kid it is necessary for them to realize that a disability is usually defined in terms of what is missing. … But autism … is as much about what is abundant as what is missing, an over-expression of the very traits that make our species unique. I would say no man is an exception to it, and no one is purely neurotypical not even God which is why the planets spin. When you see an object, it seems that you see it as an entire thing first, and only afterwards do its details follow on. But for people with autism, the details jump straight out at us first of all, and then only gradually, detail by detail, does the whole image float up into focus. And so if they can't learn the way we teach, we better teach the way they learn.

Someone has said “Do not fear people with Autism, embrace them, Do not spite people with Autism unite them, Do not deny people with Autism accept them for then their abilities will shine” 

Did you know that great people like Einstein, Mozart, Newton or Temple Grandin were all autistic? So if autism did not stop them from reaching the stars then why other kids. Children with autism are like a rainbow; they stand out. Plus why don’t we focus on things they can do rather than the stuff they can’t. Autism is just a part of your child because he is much more than just a diagnosis and if you thing they are puzzling imagine what the world is like for them.

So let’s all remember that autism acceptance is something that awaits us more that autism awareness and that God created autism to help offset the excessive number of boring people on earth.

Autism is not a processing error; it is an altogether different operating system which can let see the world in a perspective so different and creative.