You too can LIGHT IT UP BLUE for Autism. On APRIL 2ND take a picture showing how you LIGHT IT UP BLUE for Autism. You can post on Facebook just please make sure you tag ArtisteMonique in the photo so it can be apart of our Pieces of Me: Light it Blue for 2012 photo album. You can also tweet a pic and @ me @artistemonique or you can email your pics to email@example.com. Tell a friend to tell a friend. Let's make a small gesture to acknowledge and show support to those that are on the Autism Spectrum and their families. I hope to see your pics April 2nd !! Get your BLUE ready !! :) (Any color blue will be greatly appreciated)
Chow for now
BTW: In case you are not a friend on facebook or follower on Twitter my links are: http://www.facebook.com/ArtisteMonique and @ArtisteMonique
Save the Date !!! April 2nd 2012 is Light it up BLUE for Autism Awareness.
On this day many people, organizations, public building and etc will participate . The Empire State Building in NYC and various places across the WORLD lit the sky with blue lights last year in honor of this day, people wore the color blue, walk their neighborhoods with blue signs reading " I support Autism Awareness " and so many other creative things to support the Light it up Blue campaign. I'll be posting snippets of some of the things I'll be doing for the Light it up Blue campaign as well as the April is Autism Awareness Month campaign . Did you know that An estimated 1 in 110 children in the U.S. is on the autism spectrum - a 600 percent increase in the past two decades that is only partly explained by improved diagnosis. Sooooo, I ask you; what are YOU going to do to light it up BLUE for Autism on April 2nd ???
Feel free to send pics to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post them on the blog as well as my Facebook. Put your name (your twitter name as well) where you are from and how you Light it up BLUE.
My son, family, the huge number of people and families that live and deal with Autism everyday Thanks you.
Chow for now .......
I'm a wife and mother of twins(a girl and a boy) the boy twin is on the Autism spectrum. Autism is often referred to as an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) - because people with autism represent a broad group of people with varying degrees of disability. People on the autism spectrum normally have problems in three areas: social interaction, communicating with others, and behavioral challenges. My husband and I are passionate about helping our son as well as others affected by Autism so often in this section of the blog you will see articles and info about Autism related subjects. I hope this page will not be ignored and you visit often. Let's gain knowledge, read and understand information so we can teach and inform others.
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Purpose of this blog is to share the experiences of having a child with autism, to inform those unaware and to continue to be a voice.
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