Happy Halloween from AutismThings.com! I saw this great Pumpkin Puzzle-piece image and it got me thinking – anyone carve an Autism Pumpkin this year? If so, make sure to share!
I did find one great pic of a Puzzle-Piece pumpkin done by Dirty Girl Motorcycle Racing – don’t know if she’s associated with Autism Awareness, but her pumpkin was truly inspiring! Wish I was that talented! Check out her post (link above) to read about how she did it – all with POWER TOOLS!
April 2nd is Autism Awareness Day. To celebrate this day, prominent buildings across North America and the world — including the Empire State Building in New York City The Miami Tower, the Port of Miami in Miami-Dade County and the Christ the Redeemer Statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil , — will turn their lights blue to raise awareness for autism and to commemorate the fourth World Autism Awareness Day .
Our aim is to light the world blue all throughout April — city by city, town by town — by taking action to raise autism awareness in our communities.
Take a moment to View the Light It Up Blue Video, it show us how impactful this campaign is, it really brings the world together on this issue.
Your company (or organization, neighborhood, family) can participate in this by wearing Autism Awareness Bracelets on April 1&2 and throughout the month of April to help raise awareness! Click Here to see our great prices!
Thank you for your continuous support.
Wow! April is almost here already! Are you ready to help raise awareness of Autism this April? We are! We’ve stocked up on all your favorites and are ready to ship quickly to get you the products you need to help raise awareness of this important cause.
Some great ideas to help raise awareness this April:
- Get all your friends, family, employees, neighbors, etc. to wear a silicone Autism Awareness Bracelet all April long! We’ve even got them in kids sizes! They’re an inexpensive way to help spread the word and show your support.
- Celebrate the caretakers, parents and autism angels in your life with a little show of support! Our Autism Angel pins make great gifts and are a wonderful way to say “thank you for all you do” to the Autism angels in your life.
- Participate in a walk, run or hike for Autism! We’ve got great autism apparel to keep you cool while you exercise, from hats to t-shirts and more.
Whatever’s planned for your April, we’ve got your covered! If you’re planning a fundraiser, give our fundraising specialist, Lorraine, a call and we’ll help you get the products you need.
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This Autism Awareness Embroidered Briefcase makes a great gift! Do you know someone who is still carrying around an old briefcase or laptop bag? Or how about a gift for that donor or volunteer who goes above and beyond for the cause?
This durable briefcase measures 18″ w x 14″ h and expands to 6″ across the bottom. It comes with a shoulder strap as well. The inside flap has two zippered pockets, one velcro pocket and several smaller pocket for pens, cell phone, etc. It is ideal for school or office. Embroidered logo is 3″.
A professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham has developed an interactive computer program computer called FaceSay that helps children with Autism learn to interpret people’s emotions by focusing on people’s faces.
A teacher shows how teaching people with Autism about their strengths and weakness helped them have hope about how much they could learn and accomplish.