World Autism Awareness Day 2020
World Autism Day is an internationally recognized day which is celebrated on 2nd April every year. This day is also known as the World Autism Acceptance Day. World autism awareness day aims to focus on people with autism and encourage them.
World autism awareness day passed in the council on 1 November 2007 and adopted on 18 December 2007. The resolution was passed and adopted without a vote in the united assembly.
This day brings individual autism organizations together all around the world to aid in things like treatment, research, diagnoses and overall acceptance for those who have this neurological variance.
World autism awareness day is to celebrate the unique talents of those with autism. and putting a whole focus on the warm embrace and welcome that skills deserve through community events all around the globe.
In 2015 president Barack Obama highlighted some of the initiatives that us government to taking to brings rights to those with autism and also bring awareness to this disorder. Obama highlighted things like the affordable care act and the autism cares act.
A recent report by the centers for disease control and prevention in the USA estimates that 1 in 68 children in the USA has been identified with ASD. This latest estimate makes it clear that autism affects the lives of millions of our friends, colleagues and family members.
Autism Spectrum Disorder is a neurodevelopmental condition that can create so many problems with physical behavior, social interaction, language skills. People with autism feel difficulty in making sense of the world around them.
Strengths and challenges vary from person to person. Signed of this disorder are observed at the age of 2-3 years but more symptoms are also surface later in life.
The exact cause of this disorder cannot be found but they are caused by an array of genetic and environmental changes. However, in all cases, autism remains a life long problem but with care and with proper treatment situation can be better.
Symptoms of Autism Spectrum Disorder
Great scientists sir Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein both suffer from Autism spectrum disorder.
http://www.worldautismsociety.org. This link is of world autism society. World autism society is a global forum committed to bringing awareness toward this disorder.