In 2007, April 2nd was designated as World Autism Awareness Day by the United Nations General Assembly. Since its inception, autism awareness and acceptance have increased and a better understanding of neurodiversity has arisen but there is still more work to do!
We invite you to join the school to increase awareness for yourselves and others about the supports that are needed for children and adults diagnosed with Autism. In addition, please take the time to reflect upon and appreciate the exceptional demands and commitments made by the parents’ and family members’ of individuals with Autism to ensure they are fully included in, and have access to their communities, schools and work places.
April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day, let us reaffirm our commitment to promote the full participation of all people with autism, and ensure they have the necessary support to be able to exercise their rights and fundamental freedoms.
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR AUTISM ON APRIL 2 BY WEARING SOMETHING BLUE!