World Autism Awareness Month
April is World Autism Awareness Month, and a recent study found that one in six autistic preschoolers are expelled from daycare.
The issue is often due to a lack of understanding and support for children with autism in daycare environments.
Early intervention and appropriate support are essential for improving outcomes for children with autism.
There are many misconceptions about autism, including that individuals with autism are not social, which is not true.
Providing support and accommodations for children with autism can help them thrive and reach their full potential.
As we continue to raise awareness and understanding about autism, it is crucial to remember that individuals with autism are unique individuals who deserve to be treated with respect and compassion.
By providing support and accommodations, we can help children with autism thrive and reach their full potential.