Today marks the end of Autism Awareness Month. Another April in the books, and another April gone with the White House showing zero support for Autism Awareness. There’s always next year, I guess (click here to join the National Campaign to Light the White House Blue).
The month was a success, even without the participation of the White House. The state of Florida helped to raise awareness by lighting our historic Old Capitol Building blue on April 2.
Like every family on the spectrum, autism awareness does not end when the calendar turns to May. Promoting and raising Autism Awareness is a daily goal in our house. We live with autism every day, and are dedicated to making Kaitlyn’s life better and knocking down barriers in the process.