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Melania Trump Apr 2
The is lit blue tonight in support of
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Patricia Heaton Apr 2
This we aim to put a spotlight on the hurdles that people living with autism face. Today celebrate the unique talents of those with autism while placing a focus on the warm embrace and welcome that these skills deserve through community events around the globe!
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Sen Dianne Feinstein Apr 2
is a great reminder of the support the Affordable Care act provides families, from early diagnosis to addressing the special health care needs of the 1.5 million U.S. children currently diagnosed with autism.
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Becca Says Read Failure to Communicate Apr 2
Happy Some reminders: 🔺Vaccines don’t cause autism 🔺Don’t get your info from Autism Speaks 🔺Autism isn’t ‘less likely’ to occur in girls, just less likely to be recognized in them cuz doctors diagnose based on autistic male stereotypes 🔺Autistic adults exist
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Georgia 🍰 4 days 🍰 Apr 3
to be understood, accepted, and supported was all I wished for in school and even as an adult.. having autism doesn’t make me any less human it just makes me the unique being I am. This is a huge step for me... as this is one of my biggest insecurities.
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Hard Rock Stadium Apr 2
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Carla Qualtrough Apr 2
Our $12 million investment through Budget 2019 for the program to help those with autism enter the workforce, is an example of the steps we are taking to better support Canadians with autism and those who care for them.
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Mental Mama Apr 2
Friendly reminder that autism does not solely exist in young boys. Girls can have it too and get this... These kids grow up! They become adults with autism, and they often feel invisible. Even today.
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Michelle Apr 2
Learning to understand, respect and accept people who are different from you is key. Just because someone has autism does not make them a burden in this world. Don’t shut them out, let them live.
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Billy Sims Apr 2
Got a favor for those who read this. Remember to wear blue this month 👔👗🧢 and more importantly thank all the people who help those with autism. Help spread the word 💙
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Sony Centre (soon to be Meridian Hall) Jul 17
. celebrated with a special performance from 's . Watch the magical moment when Roger united the community by invited 4 musicians on the spectrum to share the stage with him!
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John Fraser Apr 2
Today is - an important opportunity to raise awareness for the children and adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorder in our community. Let’s , spreading love and acceptance.
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Ingrid Webb COPE LTD Apr 3
Have a listen to our fabulous Employability Manager Alison Moar speaking about World Autism Awareness Week and the work we do at COPE Ltd. Please share so we can spread the word 🙌🏻
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A-spec April Apr 2
Before is over, I wanted to share some books that you can read if you are participating in both and ! All of these books have an a-spec character and fit at least one of the challenges for the Autistic Pride Readathon
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cali badger 🦡 Apr 2
my son has autism. he’s making his own way in life, although it hasn’t been easy. he’s worked his tail off and i could not be more proud.
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Jessica Smith Apr 2
Outside of the city pool, this guy just looked at us and said “Let’s go swimming”. Might seem small to some, but this is BIG TIME for us! Happy ! (Wearing MY favorite hat that has now become HIS).
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Gillette Stadium Apr 2
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Hallmark Channel Apr 2
This , we celebrate the strength of everyday heroes like who raise awareness around those affected by autism. 💙 🧩 We’re so honored to share RJ’s story on and are constantly inspired by his family. We’re proud to be !
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hayley Apr 2
for my sister — my very best friend
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Ms.Valentic Apr 2
The choir sang so beautifully today for our Presentation ♥️
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