While I high School slightly consider attending community college, it would not be until I became privileged to bump into another individual on the spectrum that was in attendance at the school that would become my Alma mater.
Week#2 of Autism Acceptance Month we talk about education ventures as we switch gears from acceptance and statistics last week
In the conclusion of the subseries of the larger Autism Acceptance Month series, today we look at the local numbers in Fayette County and Westmoreland County.
Today as part of the Autism Acceptance Month series will be broken down over three days as we look at statistics nationally, statewide amd locally
Note: I am not encouraging you to like or Support Autism Speaks, The purpose of the today's post is to explain why I support the charity.
Note: Today is #LightItUpBlue Day for Autism Acceptance Month. I have contributed a poem as a backseat gesture of bring Awareness to this blog.
Today is the beginning of Autism Awareness/Acceptance Month and as you can see I put two honoraries because the world is unsure if it wants to either make people aware of Autism or encourage people to accept those on the spectrum. I encourage both awareness and acceptance.