Go Blue for Autism Awareness

As World Autism Awareness Day, the 2nd of April stands for so much more than creating an understanding about Autism Spectrum Disorder; it is about helping those who are affected, with meeting their needs and fulfilling their dreams. Together, we have what it takes to spread the message, to educate and to empower those in need, so that they may achieve a sense of belonging that we have come to cherish, and learn to love and live life to the fullest; something we mostly take for granted.