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It’s World Autism Acceptance Week (28 March – 3 April)

While many people are now aware of Autism, there is still so much to do to help people really understand the condition, how it can impact people’s lives and how we can work together to create a society that is inclusive for people with Autism.

Hertfordshire Local Offer provides information, advice and can help you find services and support available in #Herts visit

https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/…/The-Hertfordshire…

Autistic young people want to be more accepted by society, which is why this year we are focusing on autism acceptance.

One autistic young person said: “Autism isn’t a disease that people should be made aware about. It’s a difference that society should accommodate.”

Throughout this week we will be standing with autistic children and young people as they call for greater acceptance.

Young people will also be breaking down some common myths about autism and sharing some facts to increase an informed understanding.

Show your support by downloading our resources and tell your friends, family and colleagues why you are standing with autistic children and young people! https://bit.ly/3CY8W16

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