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Celebrate autistic people this World Autism Awareness Day

The aim of WAAD is to shine a spotlight on the hurdles that people living with autism face every day.

World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) is celebrated today (Tuesday, 2 April). According to the website www.awarenessdays.com, the aim of WAAD is to shine a spotlight on the hurdles that people living with autism face every day.

Autism, as a growing global health issue, is gaining more understanding due to media coverage and activities planned every year to increase and develop world knowledge of those who suffer from autism spectrum disorder (ASD). WAAD also celebrates the unique talents of those with autism.

 

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