The 2023 World Autism Awareness Month

On 2nd April 2023 World Autism Awareness Day observance is organized by the United Nations Department of Global Communities & Department of Economic & Social Affairs, in collaboration with the Institute of Neurodiversity (ION), an organization established and run by neurodivergent people for neurodivergent people and allies.

Web Autism is celebrating world Autism Awareness month in April starting from 2nd April.

We are organizing Webinar on Autism Spectrum Disorder on 8th April 2023 at 6 pm to 8 pm (IST)

We are doing free screening of child for any developmental disorders.

Also Read:- 30 Symptoms And Signs Of Autism, Every Parent Must Check In Your Child.

Free Autism Screening

You can give your support by uploading your photo to become a part of our worldwide community to increase awareness on our social media.

Also Read:- The Various Treatments for Autism : What Works and What Does Not

Upload photo on social media

You can also join our Facebook group

  • To ask questions related to Autism
  • Share Autism related experience & tips
  • Celebrate milestones of your Autistic Child
  • Chat with like-minded parents

To make Every Autistic child an Asset & to develop an Autism friendly society & to join this mission follow us on social media.

autism friendly society

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We are shifting from the narrative of curing or converting autistic people to focusing on accepting, supporting, advocating for their rights and including autistic people.

This is a major shift for all autistic people, their allies, the wider neurodiversity community and the world at large.

It strengthens autistic people to claim their dignity and self-esteem, and to become fully integrated as valued members of their families and societies.

We should focus on the contributions that autistic people make in the home, at work, in the arts, in policymaking & in the world


Autistic people are, still facing discrimination and other challenges. As autistic people have a wide range of talents and challenges by birth that are usually not recognized by the world,

It will also address the contributions that autistic people can make to society, and to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals.