Autism Awareness Day – April 2 is an internationally recognized as World Autism Awareness Day to aware about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and the entire month of April is World Autism Month.
Autism Awareness Day:
According to the Centers for Disease Control, almost one kid in every 59 kids will be diagnosed with autism this year in the United States. World Autism Awareness Day was designated by the United Nations General Assembly resolution “62/139. World Autism Awareness Day”, passed in council on 1 November 2007, and adopted on 18 December 2007. Autism CARES Act of 2014, which provides higher level training for those who are serving citizens on the autism spectrum.
According to the organization Autism Speaks says there are many subtypes of autism and each are “influenced by a combination of genetic and environmental factors.”
The signs of Autism:
• Sensory sensitivities
• Gastrointestinal disorders
• Seizures and sleep issues
• Attention issues
— Greta Thunberg (@GretaThunberg) April 2, 2019
¡Únete a Telemundo 52 y colabora con el Día Mundial del Autismo! La intervención temprana puede mejorar el aprendizaje, la comunicación y las habilidades sociales, así como el desarrollo cerebral subyacente. #T52SiempreContigo @Telemundo52 @AutismSpeaks #DiaMundialDelAutismo pic.twitter.com/SHLXUK8keX
— Sandra Bonilla (@sandriBonilla) April 2, 2019
The kids and I (son in @WeAreMessi jersey of course) are joining @autismspeaks as they #LightItUpBlue in celebration of #WorldAutismMonth & learn more about how you can pledge your support for a more inclusive world for people with #autism https://t.co/W88e4Wvk15… pic.twitter.com/EpuljYCL2O
— BethelKEV (@BethelKEV) April 2, 2019