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Understanding Autism Awareness Month


Every April we celebrate Autism Awareness Month to help people learn more about autism and why it’s important to understand it. This special month is important for a few big reasons, and it helps people affected with autism feel more included in their communities. This month shows the capabilities of people with autism. Even though autism can be tough sometimes, it also gives people special talents and ways of seeing the world. By celebrating these talents, we can help everyone see that being different is something to be proud of.

Another reason Autism Awareness Month is important is because it helps make sure people with autism get the help they need. Some people affected by autism need special help from doctors or psychiatrists. When we all work together to help, people with autism can live happier and healthier lives. This month is also about helping kids with autism get the right help as early as possible. When we know the signs of autism and can tell when someone might have it, we can get help to them sooner. And getting help early can make a significant difference in how well someone with autism can do in life.

Autism Awareness Month is about bringing people together. Families, friends, and people with autism all come together to talk, learn, and support each other. When we’re all in it together, it makes life better for everyone. Autism Awareness Month is important for learning, understanding, and helping each other. By knowing more about autism and being kind and supportive, we can make the world a better place for everyone.

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Hassan Ibnaouf
Hassan Ibnaouf, staff writer

My name is Hassan Ibnaouf, and this is my first year in journalism. I am a junior at Page and 16 years old.

I wanted to do journalism because I wanted to find more hobbies that could let me be creative. I enjoy watching sports and shows online. When I want to relax I tend to play video games. In the future I plan on going to college.

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