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Awareness

For people to understand autism does not define him.

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"He doesn’t use his words, but he tells me he loves me, a hundred times a day, in a hundred different ways."

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"The most unlikely child in the class had taught them all a lesson that day."

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"Unless you have chosen to disclose your autism and/or the employer is an autism-friendly company, then you may want to pay particular attention to how you present yourself, such as your tone of voice (monotone, over-enthusiastic) and expressions that reflect a lack of interest."

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“He has autism. His brain isn’t broken, it’s just different.”

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Coming to terms with my son being different not less was never hard for me. I love him and I accept him for who he is. Coming to terms with our new life being different not less was a lot harder for me.

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"To the people that stare at him because he hums, join in with his little singsong, because in his eyes he is singing the best song in the world."

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"I said my first words when I was 4 years old right after listening to a Fleetwood Mac song. I told my mom 'play again.' I later learned to play the guitar and piano..."

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