When April is over, autism awareness must continue! In fact, it should never end, even when the public becomes more accepting and inclusive of autistic individuals. As people evolve in their understanding, what we talk about in terms of awareness will change. It’s important that we keep the conversations going so we can demystify autism. No, our work as a community is not done. In fact, we are just beginning.
Here are some interesting ways that self-advocates, parents and educators are spreading autism awareness in their communities:
1. Give kids a Marvel-like experience.
James and Jonathan are self-advocates who think the best way to talk to kids about autism is through a marvelous Marvel-like universe called The Mighty League. Using a comic, they share what it’s like to be on the autism spectrum. The dynamic duo has been busy inspiring kids to become Superheroes of Acceptance! Ambassadors of Kindness! Friends of Friendliness!
2. Take people on an adventure.
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To finish reading the full story, visit The Mighty website: http://bit.ly/2oGZHuo.