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world autism month

"If we are going to use words to describe my twins, deficient would not be one of them. Words that I use to describe them are...inspiring, brave, joyful, intelligent, strong, and incredible!"

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"He has had to work so hard throughout his life, but along the way he always found comfort in humor and facts, and blows us away with the goals he sets for himself and the achievements that follow."

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"We are one of the families on this journey that is lucky enough to see progress in the first year."

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"My wish is that we will reach a point where everyone in the whole world will spread autism awareness, acceptance and inclusion, not just during the month of April, but each and every day."

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"In his words, David may have autism, but EVERYONE has SOMETHING. We all have differences and struggles that require self-recognition and adjustments to function to capacity."

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"Regardless of those on the spectrum like me seeing and thinking things differently especially when it comes to social cues, we are capable of having thoughts, feelings and emotions like anybody else."

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In honor of World Autism Awareness Day, various landmarks in Los Angeles will Light It Up Blue on April 2, 2018!

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