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World Autism Awareness Day

In honor of  World Autism Awareness Day, take a moment and type Autism in your search bar. Read all you can, even the wacky theories. Everything is information and information is never a bad thing. But more importantly, find the blogs of families who have children on the spectrum. Allow them to share their story.

Autism may seem like something foreign to you. You don’t have Autism, your children don’t, and you don’t know anyone who does.

But you will.

In 1975  1 out of  5,000 children were diagnosed with Autism.
Today Autism affects  1 out of  68 children.

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