See your lighter side! When your family has autism in it, you have to laugh. Sometimes that is the only option.
April 2nd celebrates the World Autism Awareness Day. Autism is not a shame! It can be treated selflessly with affection and love.
This day is an important way to help the world better understand the scope of this health crisis and the need for compassion and acceptance for those living with autism.
Autism can be associated with intellectual disability, difficulties in motor coordination and attention and physical health issues resulting in various complex difficulties in brain. Children who suffer from this complex disorder feel estranged and alienated.They crave for comfort and utmost care.Thus awareness is essential for families dealing with the pain of seeing their children exhibiting the symptoms.
Autism does not have a permanent cure, but it can be treated to ensure that the children who are affected by it can lead a normal and healthy life.
Families should be aware of their patient’s behavioral pattern and must learn to observe the disorder through symptoms like limited verbal or nonverbal communication, short attention span and may communicate with gestures only.
It is estimated that 350,000 children in Pakistan suffer from autism and this number is increasing day by day. Teaching and training of these children require thorough professionals and specialized equipment.
”Disability is not a burden, Every child is an Artist in their own ways”
It is incumbent upon us to raise voice for our future and for the future of this nation. Stand for our generation! Stand for our angels!