April is Autism Awareness Month

is a developmental disability that typically appears during the first three years of life. It is the result of a neurological disorder that affects the functioning of the brain, and occurs in about one out of every 68 births. Autism is four times more prevalent in boys than girls and knows no racial, ethnic or social boundaries.

Take some time this month to learn more about Autism and what you can do to help someone you know affected by it.

Learn More About Autism

Kids Health: a website that explains autism in simple language for kids.

Growing Up Together: a printable 4 page brochure, explains autism and how to be friends with someone with autism,  from Autism Society

Growing Up Together: Teens with Autism: a printable brochure for Teens, from Autism Society

First 100 Days Kit: a printable tool kit to aid families in getting the critical information they needed in the first 100 days after an autism diagnosis from Autism Speaks.

Learn about autism with an online autism 101 course/tutorial from Autism Society

Printable Crafts, Bookmarks, Coloring Pages, and Activities for Children

Autism Awareness Ribbon
Autism Awareness Ribbon (Photo credit: Wikipedia)



Autism Awareness Ribbon Symbol

Autism Awareness Bookmarks and Pencil Toppers

Autism Awareness Door Hangers

Autism Awareness Pinwhe
el

“I Love Someone with Autism” Paper Dog

“I Love Someone With Autism” Paper Car


Autism Awareness Symbol Coloring Page


Autism Awareness Word Search


Autism Awareness Crossword Puzzle


Puzzle Piece Butterfly

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