On Sunday, the World Day of Awareness about ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) was celebrated.
The purpose of this day is to identify the need to help people with ASD and improve their quality of life. The professional medical community, representatives of NGOs, as well as families of children with ASD advocate for the earliest possible diagnosis, so that families can better prepare for the life of a child and start a care program as early as possible, taking into account the characteristics of their child.
ASD is a very common and diverse group of conditions associated with brain development and affecting social interaction.
By the way, did you know that there are a lot of famous people who have races to one degree or another? For example, Gretta Thunberg, Bill Gates or Vincent Van Gogh.
All these people were able to succeed, despite the fact that society treated them as cranks. However, now we cannot imagine our life without Microsoft products, without a fascinating “Starry Night” and we can no longer ignore climate changes.
At the same time, it is very important to understand that regardless of the level of functioning of a person with ASD, everyone should have access to the best assistance programs, and it is important that they are in the community where the person and his family live.