How Canadians Are Taking Action for Autism Awareness Month

April marks Autism Awareness Month and Canadians across the country are looking to promote autism awareness, advocate for inclusion and acceptance, and foster national support.

Given the recent budget debates around autism programs in Canada, the month of April marks an especially important time for advocacy and action. And Canadians are making sure their voices are heard.

From assistive technology to specialized schools and job fairs – here are the ways Canadians are using their GoFundMes to impact change.

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