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World Autism Awareness Day Materials

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World Autism Awareness Day Logo:
.eps format (702kb) | .jpg format (56kb) 

World Autism Awareness Day UN Resolution (.pdf format):
Arabic | Chinese | English | French | Russian | Spanish

Talking to Parents About Autism Action Toolkit:
Cambodian (Khmer) | Chinese | Laotian | English | Russian | Somali | Spanish | English and Spanish Maps
Today, 1 in 68 American children is diagnosed with autism. As an early childhood educator, you may be the first to notice when a child is not meeting typical developmental milestones. When this happens, you need to talk to the parents and urge them to have their child screened. The Talking to Parents About Autism Action Kit contains the tools you need to initiate this critical dialogue. Having this conversation with parents can make all the difference in a child's life! To learn more about this kit, click here.

100 Day Kit

The Autism Speaks 100 Day Kit and the Asperger Syndrome and High Functioning Autism Tool Kit were created specifically for newly diagnosed families to make the best possible use of the 100 days following their child's diagnosis of autism or AS/HFA. Anyone can download the 100 Day Kit for free! Click here to download the entire kit.

To view more of Autism Speaks Family Services Tool Kits, visit: /family-services/tool-kits

Learn about the Autism Speaks Global Autism Public Health (GAPH) Initiative - read more here. Overview available in English, Spanish*, French*, Chinese, Greek, Hebrew, Korean* & Russian. * Translations generously donated by Park IP Translations.

Epidemiology FAQ
Autism Speaks and the CDC are establishing an international information sharing network to study the epidemiology of autism. We invite researchers who are actively engaged in epidemiologic projects to collaborate with both Autism Speaks/CDC and each other to help address issues that will lead to advancing our understanding of the epidemiology of autism. Further, we are establishing workgroups that focus on the epidemiology of autism based on different types of ascertainment approaches.