World Autism Awareness Day is observed every year on April 2. This day is celebrated to spread kindness and autism awareness among the people. As there are various such children in the world who are suffering from autism. Those who are unaware autism is a disorder that impairs the ability to communicate and interact. This day is celebrated in order to educate people and make them understand to accept the people who are suffering from Autism Spectrum Disorder. This is the day that spreads kindness and autism awareness among the people. This year also this day is celebrated with its theme and Significance. As we all know it is very important for people to accept everyone as they are. Also with the help of such initiatives we can create an economy that has diversity and equality. So now let’s look over the importance, significance, and theme of World Autism Awareness Day 2021.
World Autism Awareness Day 2021: Theme
This year the day will be celebrated in a virtual manner, due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Also, the Virtual event will include a moderated Kam discussion with individuals on the Autism Spectrum. Also, the people who have themselves experienced the challenges and seen these new opportunities in the employment market are included in this virtual event. This year the theme for the day is Inclusion in the Workspace: Challenges and Opportunities in a Post-Pandemic World. The main reason behind this theme is to educate the people about the challenge autism spectrum people face when Transitioning to Adulthood.
World Autism Awareness Day 2021: Significance
As the UN General Assembly had declared April 2 as the World Autism Awareness Day to highlight the need to help improve the quality of life for those with autism so they can lead life full and meaningful lives as an integral part of society.
World Autism Awareness Day History
The resolution to help and improve the qualifications of the life of people with this disorder was passed on November 1, 2007, and this was adopted on December 18, 2007. Autism is a lifelong neurological condition that manifests during early childhood, irrespective of gender, race, or socioeconomic status.