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World Autism Awareness Day falls on April 2nd

People all over the world are coming together to celebrate differences and promote acceptance on World Autism Awareness Day. Autism is a developmental condition that affects communication and socialization abilities, with a spectrum ranging from mild to severe. In the United States, one out of every 36 children is diagnosed with autism.

A local non-profit in Yuma is working hard to support those affected by autism in their community. Their efforts include integrating individuals into community activities, assisting with job searches, and participating in Special Olympics events. Francisco Medel, Residential Manager at Our Choice Human Services in Yuma, emphasized the importance of including people with autism in community activities.

One way to show support for autism awareness is by wearing the color blue, which symbolizes calmness and acceptance. Additionally, you can make a donation, attend an awareness event or offer support to someone you know who is affected by autism. By coming together and recognizing the unique qualities of individuals with autism, we can promote acceptance and celebrate diversity.

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