Toronto, April 2, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — April is World Autism Month, an annual opportunity for enthusiastic conversations about autism. One in 66 children and adolescents are diagnosed with autism in Canada, with more than 70 million diagnosed worldwide.
Special announcement: To commemorate World Autism Month, Autism Speaks Canada will publish the documentary “Life on the Spectrum by Autism Speaks Canada” on April 2, 2022, World Autism Day. This documentary shares the living experiences of Canadians with autism and their families from coast to coast in order to increase the understanding and acceptance of people with autism.
“We believe in empowering all autistic members of the community,” says Sarah Ahmed, Director of Marketing and Communications at AutismSpeaks Canada. “This can only be achieved when people truly understand autism and accept people with autism for their unique strengths, challenges, dreams, and goals. Autism Speaks Canada. We continue to build a comprehensive community where Canadians with autism can reach their full potential. “
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In addition to the documentary, Autism Speaks Canada would like to thank all the partners for helping us with the list of other activities taking place in April: Spectrum Works Job Fair, In-person & Virtual Walks, CASDA Submit, some. Sensory Friendly Events at Chuck-e-Cheese Places, Family and Friends Discounts at Great Wolf Resorts, GoodLife Moves Program and more. Visit their website for more information. www.AutismSpeaks.ca/WAM
About Autism Speaks Canada
Autism Speaks Canada is Canada’s national charity, aimed at advancing solutions in a variety of disciplines and throughout life.
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About life on the spectrum by Autism Speaks Canada
Life on the Spectrum by Autism Speaks Canada is a documentary that enhances the understanding and acceptance of people with autism. The documentary shares the living experiences of Canadians with autism and their families from coast to coast. It will premiere only on AutismSpeaks Canada’s YouTube channel and social media on April 2, 2022. Promoted throughout April to coincide and celebrate World Autism Month.
- Life in a spectrum documentary
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