As we work together to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, one main priority must be to create a more inclusive and open society that acknowledges the contributions of all people, including people with disabilities, according to the UN Secretary-message Generals for 2021.
New barriers and problems have arisen as a result of the crisis. However, attempts to re-ignite the global economy provide an incentive to re-imagine the workplace to achieve diversity, inclusion, and equality.
Recovery is also an opportunity to reconsider our educational and training programs and ensure that people with autism have the opportunity to achieve their full potential.
The theme for World Autism Awareness Day 2021
History of World Autism Awareness Day
Autism is a chronic neurological disorder that begins in early childhood and affects people of all ages, regardless of gender, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status. The word "Autism Spectrum Disorder" refers to a group of symptoms.
What exactly is autism?
Source: Amar ujalaAutism spectrum disorder affects children and adults in a variety of ways. Some individuals are unable to communicate at all, while others have delayed or restricted verbal contact. Some people have severe cognitive impairments, while others are exceptionally gifted.
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