April is Autism Awareness Month! Join us as we celebrate our friends and neighbors with autism. You can make a difference! Here on the Neighborhood, we’re celebrating Autism Awareness Month with a round-up of resources on autism for providers and families:
- Today (April 2nd) is World Autism Awareness Day, an internationally-recognized day to raise awareness about autism and celebrate individuals with autism in our communities and around the globe. Read more about World Autism Awareness Day on the United Nations website: https://www.un.org/en/events/autismday/
- The First Words Project at Florida State University developed a free, printable resource for parents and providers on Autism Spectrum Disorder: https://earlystartneighborhood.ning.com/blog/check-out-these-printable-resources-for-families
- Check out these free online modules on evidence-based practices for toddlers diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder: https://earlystartneighborhood.ning.com/resources-for-everyone/evidence-based-practices-for-toddlers-with-autism
Leave a comment about any unique celebrations you run across or participate in - we’d love to hear about your community involvement!
To see other special occasions we've celebrated on the Neighborhood, check out: https://earlystartneighborhood.ning.com/blog/list/tag/celebrations