The Symbolic Autism Ribbon
Why Celebrate Autism Awareness Month
It Raises Public Awareness
It Gives Individuals A Voice
It Acknowledges Caregivers
It Opens Up a World of Opportunity
How To Celebrate Autism Awareness
Here are the top 5 ways you can go about celebrating autism awareness.
3. Attend an Event
4. Use Your Social Influence
5. Create Autism Awareness through Merchandise
A.D. Daisley holds a Masters Degree from the University of Central Florida and has been working in the field as a Behavior Analyst since 2005. He has provided services to children and adults with varying diagnoses such as autism, mental retardation, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). His scope of experience also includes coordinating therapy to individuals and families in conjunction with other supports including School Teachers, Adult Day Training Facility Staff (ADT’s) and Speech/Occupational therapists. He is the Director and Behavior Analyst at Alternative Outcomes since 2007. A.D is also the Director of Creátre, a non-profit organization that uses the arts for the purpose of skill training, outreach and to display community leadership.