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World turns blue for autism awareness

Wednesday 02 Apr 2014 11.20

Blue is a colour of a day for World Autism Awarness
Blue is a colour of a day for World Autism Awarness
Traditional hookers will be bright adult in a Claddagh dish in Galway
Traditional hookers will be bright adult in a Claddagh dish in Galway

An general debate to lift recognition of autism will see a series of landmarks bright with blue lights tonight. 

In Ireland, Galway will be a concentration of World Autism Awareness Day, when a series of normal hookers will be bright adult in a Claddagh basin.

Chairperson of Galway Autism Partnership Miriam Jennings pronounced a organisation is anticipating a eventuality will pull courtesy to a needs of people with a condition and assistance to inspire contention and larger understanding. 

She pronounced a approach in that people speak about autism has altered for a softened in new years. 

She pronounced a emanate is “not a taboo” it used to be and that good strides have been done in terms of acceptance and interaction.

Ms Jennings pronounced this has damaged down barriers and softened a lives of people with a condition and their families.  

The Irish Centre for Autism and Neurodevelopment Research (ICAN) during NUI Galway has appealed to those families to support in a minute investigate it has undertaken.

As partial of a research, a Centre is building a registry and biobank. 

It hopes this will support destiny process instruction and assistance to concentration services in a approach that yield limit advantage for people with autism. 

The investigate is examining a operation of topics, including a impact of early interventions, factors that support in propagandize and after propagandize life and a approach in that designed transitions can raise use smoothness for people with autism.

Recent investigate from a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicated one in 68 children, including one in 42 boys, has an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Article source: http://www.rte.ie/news/2014/0402/606172-world-autism-awareness/

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