April is Autism Awareness Month

April is Autism Awareness/Acceptance Month, and during the entire month of April, you’ll hear about special opportunities to recognize people on the autism spectrum. You will also notice that most people involved with these activities are wearing the color blue.

Blue is associated with feelings of calm and acceptance in an otherwise loud and busy world for people on the spectrum.

During Autism Awareness/Acceptance Month, let’s focus on sharing positive, respectful, and accurate information about autism, as well as acceptance and celebration of individuals on the spectrum as family members, friends, classmates, co-workers, and community members making valuable contributions to our world.

MI Warren wants to remind people of resources available to those on the autism spectrum, including during Covid-19, that can be used to help alter routines, adapt to homeschooling and bolster mental health.

The Judson Center in Warren is using Telehealth to serve their patients, and non-patients, and the greater community with health services.

To access the Judson Center services remotely, call their office: (586) 573-1810
Or set up a Telehealth appointment online at: https://www.judsoncenterfamilyhealth.org/telehealth-appointment