May 22, 2022
Huse Madhavji (left) Alexandra Prefasi from ASO (middle) and Benjamin Ayres (right) at the Toronto Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon about five years ago. Photo submitted by Prefasi.

World Autism Awareness Day is a day to promote inclusivity, create awareness, and listen to autistic voices about their experiences. While April 2 is the day dedicated to this, people with autism and organizations that support them believe World Autism Awareness Day should be on our minds – specifically, neurotypical minds – every day, ensuring the awareness turns into action.

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