Monday, 12 April 2010
April is "Autism Awareness Month", and if your family is not affected by this disability, I'll bet you know someone's who is.
Autism is everywhere whether we want it to be or not. And now, as the many support organizations
throughout the state host autism workshops, speakers, safety fairs and more, try to attend as many as possible to see the good works being done.
Then pass along the info to other families who don't have the time, childcare or money to go. You'll be doing your part to help parents fight the good fight for our children.
Because for some of us, it's not just another Autism Awareness Month. It's Autism Awareness Day, every day.