National Autism Awareness Month: Get Educated

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4 thoughts on “National Autism Awareness Month: Get Educated”

  1. No two children are alike, and so we all learn about our children..their strengths, their needs, their hopes and dreams. It sounds like you’re making a great road map for all parents, whether their child be on the spectrum or not.

  2. Great information! I had no idea that it was Autism Awareness month. Love this cause the more education there is the better others will treat kids.

  3. This is a wonderful post and thank you for linking books at the end. I think everyone, even those who don’t have an autistic child, should read a book on it . Maybe they would understand, have more patience, and be more empathetic to those around them.

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