30 Days of Action for Autism Awareness Month

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30 Days of Autism Awareness Month Challenge Begins at the Cafe I was scrolling along through Pinterest when I came to the neatest poster – on Autism Awareness Month. What made it so awesome, though … it was created to give you actionable things to do instead of just showing ‘awareness’ during Autism Awareness Month.

Of course this was because I was trying to decide what I wanted to write about since I’m starting to run just a little bit behind on my postings for this months’ Autism Awareness Month Challenge – 30 Days of Autism (Awareness). Tomorrow, look for a recap from some of the other amazing participants in the 30 Days of Autism challenge as I share some of the best that they have had to share. (Have your tissues handy!)

There are events you can participate in, listen to, and learn from throughout the rest of April, just for Autism Awareness Month. I had to do a reverse image search on Google in order to find out the original publisher of this poster, but it was worth it.

The Autism Science Foundation put this together, and I was interested enough to click back through some recent posts, where they discuss research (we all know how much I love me some research, right?).

It was a neat find, as I haven’t found as many sites I haven’t already explored in my constant quest for more information on autism, autism research, and other folks’ take on all that great information.

Source: autismsciencefoundation.wordpress.com via Katrina on Pinterest

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Katrina Moody

Katrina Moody

Graphic Designer, Wordpress Addict, Blogger at Kat's Media & More
I'm a special needs parent before just about everything else in life, but also a passionate advocate for my three boys and husband, who all have a bit of awesomeness about them. Awesomeness = Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome, Autism, Epilepsy, Dyslexia, Cerebral Palsy, and more. It all adds up to some awesome kids and an amazing family.
Katrina Moody
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