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Awareness

Different viewpoints are natural, important and valuable in a complex undertaking like autism advocacy but it's essential to compromise, and find common ground, so that no individual or group in our community gets left behind.

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"Celebrate every victory no matter how small or large. Most important of all, love your child for who they are in their core of being, find that spark in their spirit and kindle it constantly.."

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Erin and Daniel Deely captured a special moment between their son Brayden and Santa Claus.

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For all that the coming year will bring, we’ll be by your side. Loving you. Believing in you. Learning from you.

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I think that my hesitation to accept that anything was different about me stemmed from a misconception of what ASD really was, how the disorder manifests itself, and how wide the spectrum truly is.

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The Theta Delta Chi program pairs “little bros,” who are young men on the autism spectrum, with “big bros” mentors from the fraternity.

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"People would bully or tease me at a younger age because with being on the spectrum I would say or do things out of the ordinary, have wig out moments from loud noises, have a hard time understanding jokes/sarcasm (which I still struggle with to this day) and some of those things I did were considered “different” from everyone else."

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Most thought what a great thing I did so that my son can have every chance in the world. Then there were some who were negative about it and couldn't believe I could do that to my son, he is so young, he looks perfectly fine and he will grow out of it and now he has a stigma that will follow him for the rest of his life.

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