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World Autism Awareness Day The thirteenth annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2020. Joined by the international community, hundreds of thousands of landmarks, buildings, homes and communities around the world come together on April 2, Autism Awareness Day, to Light It Up Blue in recognition of people with autism and those who love and support them.\r\nWorld Autism Awareness Day is an internationally recognized day on 2 April every year, encouraging Member States of the United Nations to take measures to raise awareness about people with autistic spectrum disorders including autism and Asperger syndrome throughout the world. It was designated by the United Nations General Assembly resolution "62/139. World Autism Awareness Day", passed in ...\r\nEmpowering autism families. Our goal is simple: to improve the lives of all Australian on the autism spectrum and the families who love them. We empower parents and carers with quality information and resources.\r\nWorld Autism Awareness Day aims to increase people's awareness about people, especially children, with autism. The day often features educational events for teachers, health care workers, and parents, as well as exhibitions showcasing work created by children with autism.\r\nSecretary-General's Message. On World Autism Awareness Day, we recognize and celebrate the rights of persons with autism. This year’s observance takes place in the midst of a public health ...\r\nWorld Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) aims to put a spotlight on the hurdles that people with autism – and others living with autism – face every day. As a growing global health issue owing to its increasing exposure in the press and common knowledge, autism is an issue that is only gaining more understanding – […]\r\nWorld Autism Awareness Week 30 March - 5 April 2020 We were so impressed with the resilience and determination we saw during World Autism Awareness Week this year. We are here to support you during this tough time and there are still ways you can help.\r\nWorld Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) aims to put a spotlight on the hurdles that people with autism and others living with autism face every day. As a growing global health issue owing to its increasing exposure in the press and common knowledge, autism is an issue that is only gaining more understanding and WAAD activities […]\r\nWorld Autism Awareness Day is an internationally recognised day taking place on 2 April every year. In the week of 30 March - 5 April surrounding this day, we encourage the public to take part in World Autism Awareness Week – a full seven days where people across the UK take part in activities to raise money and awareness for the National Autistic Society.\r\n