Educate Yourself During Autism Awareness Month
April 1, 2011
by Kate Goodin
Tomorrow is Autism Awareness Day, and April is National Autism Awareness Month. With one in every 110 children—and one in 70 boys—being diagnosed as autistic, you probably know someone living with autism.
Here are some resources for learning more about autism:
Read a Parenting Editor's Experience with a Child on the Autism Spectrum
Autism Spectrum Disorders Health Guide
5 Ways You Can Support Autism Awareness and Research
How the iPad Can Help Kids with Autism
Find an Autism-Friendly Movie Screening Near You
Can Your Child Have Autistic Traits Without Having Autism?
Autism Warning Signs in Babies
Why an Early Diagnosis of Autism is Crucial
How to Spot Autism Early
News About Autism Treatment, Diagnosis and Causes
Why Formal Autism Screenings at the 18-24 Month Checkups Can Help
Is My 15-Month-Old Autistic?
Understanding the Facts About Autism
How to Educate and Advocate During Autism Awareness Month