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02 APRIL, 2022, Autism Awareness Day

Blog compiled by Dr. Sonali Kataria

Khushboo Rajpal, Team Sunrise Learning

April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day. The day recognizes and spreads awareness for the rights of people with autism.

Every April, the entire world celebrates World Autism Month. It begins on April 2 with World Autism Awareness Day, which is also recognized by the United Nations.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) every 160th child in the world has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The seriousness of the ASD problem is not underestimated by world leaders, who have set a goal of eliminating it by 2030. This is why they have declared World Autism Awareness Day to raise awareness of the issues caused by the disorder.

SUNRISE LEARNING will be sharing stories and giving chances to enhance understanding and acceptance of persons with autism throughout the month, creating domestic and global support.

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This year, we’re working to make the world a better place for people with autism by ensuring that they may achieve their full potential.

There is no better way to honor this day than by understanding the characteristics of people who have this condition. And how we can all do more to improve our own understanding and spread kindness.

Words by Dr. Sonali Kataria


“Inclusive Quality Education for All” is the theme of World Autism Awareness Day 2021. This year’s World Autism Awareness Day is being commemorated by the Department of Community Development. There are plans to implement a new equal rights policy soon. Health and social welfare, education, employment, and inclusive and equipped communities are all part of their plan.

Happy Autism Awareness Day by Sunrise Learning


Autism is a lifelong neurological condition that begins in early childhood and affects people of all genders, races, and socioeconomic backgrounds.

The phrase “Autism Spectrum Disorder” refers to a group of symptoms. Appropriate help, accommodation, and acceptance of this neurological variety enable people on the Spectrum to take part fully and effectively in society.

Autism is prevalent in all parts of the world, and a lack of knowledge has a significant impact on individuals, their families, and communities.

Stigmatization and prejudice associated with neurological impairments continue to be significant barriers to diagnosis and treatment, an issue that must be addressed by both developing and donor countries.

Read our article WELCOME TO AUTISM LAND to understand in more detail.


1. Although the specific cause of Autism is not fully understood, it is said to be associated with genes & even environmental factors (like antenatal exposure to pollutant toxins or chemicals). And so, there is no specific “cure” for this condition.
But there are brilliant interventional strategies available to skill train children & adults with autism. By being informed & aware, we can assist others in contacting doctors & psychologists and initiating holistic intervention that will improve the developmental learning & skill development of autistic children.

2. Boys are more likely to be diagnosed with autism than girls.

3. An Early diagnosis can be quite beneficial. Autism can be diagnosed as young as two years old, and holistic early intervention offers the best chance of supporting wellbeing.

3. Autism also has several coexisting conditions. Children with autism are more likely than non-autistic children to have anxiety and stress issues, persistent sleep problems, gut problems, and more.

4. Being unique is fantastic! People with autism spectrum disorders can make a difference in the world – all they need is the right kind of skill training and sensory-friendly environmental support to be successful.


Autism Awareness Day is a REMINDER to the world, so everyone gets an opportunity to learn, read, hear and know about autism.

Begin with understanding, accepting, and appreciating.
By being informed, we can assist others in contacting doctors and initiating therapy that will improve their health.

The ultimate goal is to comprehend their worldview and performance rather than attempting to change them.


1. Share information online by educating the general public. This Year let’s become an advocate for the autistic population.

2. Take part in autistic organizations and become a part of community-wide, nation-wide, or global-wide associations.

3. On World Autism awareness day, take this opportunity to celebrate with friends who have been diagnosed with autism! Make sure to include sensory-friendly activities in your plans, as well as share meals with dietary accommodations, if they need any!

4. Donate and make a significant and long-lasting difference in the lives of persons with autism. It’s one of the simplest and most effective ways to express your support. DONATE & BE THE CHANGE IN SOMEONE’S LIFE!

5. Join Sunrise Learning on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Linkedin, or Twitter to help encourage understanding and acceptance by sharing or expressing your own story about persons on the spectrum.

Sunrise Learning is celebrating AUTISM AWARENESS DAY with a Bang at our Noida center on 1st April 2022

Everyone is invited to take part.

You are encouraged to take the pledge to help build a world where all people with autism may realize their full potential, whether you have autism, love someone who does, or want to support a varied, inclusive, and caring community.

It’s AUTISM AWARENESS BLOG, so I would like to go ahead and share inspiration from Ellen Notbohm’s book.

Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew

Ten Things Every Child with Autism Wishes You Knew

1. I am a whole child. My autism is part of who I am, not all of who I am.

2. My senses are out of sync.

3. Distinguish between won’t and can’t.

4. I interpret language literally.

5. Listen to all the ways I’m trying to communicate.

6. Picture this! I am visually oriented.

7. Focus and build on what I can dorather than what I can’t do.

8. Help me with thinking and being social.

9. Identify what triggers my meltdowns.

10. Love me unconditionally.

Sunrise Learning invites you to learn, share and bring Inclusion to society this Autism Awareness Day.

If you need any help or Your Childs Autistic Journey, write us at contactus@sunriselearning.in

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