Autism isan infectious laugh, feeling and giving everything to emotions, confusion.
Autism is notfriendless, dull, what you fear it will be. — Denise Henry
Autism is not something you should have to apologize for. –Natalie Gerber
Autism isheartbreaking, frustrating, joyous and exciting, all at the same time. It’s a guessing game, sometimes. Once you enter her autism world, you see things of wonder and beauty.
Autism is notthe parents or child’s fault. It isn’t wrong, it isn’t bad parenting or a spoiled child. What you see is both parent and child doing the very best they can in a world that can be chaotic. — Flo Halter
Autism is a part of our son, and therefore a part of our entire family.
Autism is not going to tear us apart, instead it will serve as yet another bond that brings us closer together. — Jamie Krug
Autism isshowing that brilliant minds think differently and we need to open up our eyes and see what they see to truly understand that.
Autism is nota cookie cutter diagnosis, its called a spectrum for a reason. — Laura Shrestha
Autism isseeing things in life differently than most people.
Autism is nota social death sentence. — De Reichle
Autism isa journey that opens your heart to a new world, a place I could never have imagined, even in my wildest dreams. Our autism world is wild, colorful, loud, entertaining, sometimes scary, intriguing, complicated, thoughtful, interesting and full of little miracles.
Autism is noteasy, it’s not patient and it’s not always kind. Autism is not poor parenting. — Allie Smith
Autism isunderstanding that certain sounds, social situations, and smells can upset him — and accommodating those needs — shows him he is intensely loved, and gives him the dignity and peace of mind all children deserve.
Autism isloving your child for exactly who they are instead of who you thought they would be. An opportunity for those who live with these extraordinary people to view the world through an entirely different paradigm.
Autism isa naturally occurring part of the human condition, and as such it can have both positive and challenging attributes. It is not possible to separate the autism from the young man; It is intrinsic to his sense of who he is, and who we know him to be.
Autism is nota precursor to mayhem or violence; it is not to be feared, but accepted. And with that acceptance will come the services and supports that may be necessary for individuals on the spectrum. — Jennifer Myers
Autism isfrustrating, challenging, fascinating, scary, a different way of seeing the world, unconditional love, innocent, pure of heart, affectionate and more.
Autism is notcontagious, not the only characteristic of a person, not anything to be ashamed about. — Beth Durbin Gotwalt
Autism isa differing neurology from what is considered “typical” by most, it is a different way of being. It allows my kids and me to observe the world in great detail, seeing a lot of the beauty that others miss.
Autism is notan illness or an epidemic, nor is it a health crisis. It is not something that needs to be combated. Autism is not about being less than others and it is not about being broken or damaged (we do not need to be “fixed”). — Renee Salas
Autism ismy children and it’s me, and probably someone you know and love, too. It’s expecting anything and always presuming competence.
Autism is notnew, nor is it something to be feared. Autistic adults and children deserve acceptance, understanding and support. At their core, autistic rights are human rights. There’s room for all different kinds of minds. Love always, not fear. — Courtney Alison
Collected form www.huffingtonpost.com | 03.Apr. 2014