This April 2, 2017 marks the ninth annual World Autism Awareness Day and April is World Autism Month.
Every year, autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with unique fundraising and awareness-raising events. The autism awareness ribbon is multicolored, with a puzzle pattern in different shades of blue, yellow and red, according to The Autism Society. The puzzle pattern is meant to reflect the complexity of the condition and represent the diversity of people and families affected by autism and related disorders.
The color Blue represents Autism Awareness as we will be Lighting It Up Blue. Join the thousands of people across the world who wear blue in honor of the millions of individuals and families affected by autism. Don’t have blue gear? Check out the Autism Speaks e-Store
#LIUB to share your experience across social media and light it up blue this April!!!
How will you celebrate?
2 thoughts on “Light It Up Blue”
My son have Autism I am very proud of being his mom we been through up and down but that doesn’t mean that we give up.
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He’s very proud to be your son. True.