Friday, 2 April 2010

International Autism Awareness Day

Dear friends, friends to be and random visitors,

Today is the big day for us parents and carers and our autistic children
and adults. Day when we can talk to spread the word of ups and downs
and ask for help and understanding. It is another day to take a chance
and break the stereotypes.

There are events happening all over the world so keep your eyes opened.
UK residents can find the detailed information on National Autistic
Society website.

Remember my friends. Although your pennies will be most appreciated, it's
not essential. The aim of this day is to accept that autism exists. People touched
with autism are here and there is no cure. The least we can do is to make them
welcome in the society, accept and understand their difficulties, and appreciate
their gifts.


Wear blue today to show your support for people with Autism.
Thank you .


  1. Hi Libertine,

    It's been a long time, good to see you again. I hope all is well with you and your family.

    This is a great message, wouldn't it be wonderful if everyone understood and such events were no longer necessary. I suppose that is way too much to hope for.


  2. I support your message and autism research.

  3. I did not know that April 2 was Autism Awareness Day. I'll have to keep this in mind for next year.