Designated by the United Nations on April 2 of every year, World Autism Awareness Day encourages efforts to raise awareness of children with autism and bring attention to this often-misunderstood neurological disorder.
According to her, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a neurological disorder that shows up in the first child's communication and social functioning. "The focus should not be on a cure but on providing support and accommodation in society so that people with autism can express their intelligence and abilities". These two organizations joined forces and opened an worldwide call for art to celebrate the talents of many gifted artists who have Autism Spectrum Disorder for the first time in 2016. Dr Sengupta says, "Some earliest signs of autism can be detected if the child at, say, two years isn't talking yet, or says very little as compared to other children, or doesn't react when his name is called".
"Just trying to make it better for people like my son", said Dorthy.
Nationally Certified School Psychologist and K-4 Special Education Coordinator Angie Jacobsen said more than 30 students in the SPS system are identified as having autism.
Dr Sengupta says, "Temple Grandin, a professor of animal science in the USA and celebrated autism spokesperson, has spoken on her personal experience of autism".
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Kuryn Patterson and her mom started the Gulf Coast School for Autism in 2012. That can mean they need more time to process information.
Alwaleed Philanthropies (AP) also supports a psychotherapy art course for the benefit of the Charitable Society for Autism Families in Riyadh. We need meaningful resources and help for individuals and families. "We have had a swimming challenge over the last four years, and the FSU swim team worked with the kids".
"We love the autistic", said Gabriel.
"It is utmost important to ensure that all children with this condition are given all the opportunities to attend school so that they gain control of their lives and are determined to 'live life to the fullest" said Dr Reddy. The chapter works to get families together and do activities in which all of the children can participate.