April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day, which means people around the globe are marking the occasion as an opportunity to learn more about autism.
Did you know that autism spectrum disorder is 4.3 times more prevalent in boys than it is in girls, according to the Centers for Disease Control?
This is likely because girls often go undiagnosed. They don’t always fit the stereotypes people have about autism, and they may mask their symptoms better.
At Noble, we work with children and adults with a wide range of challenges, including autism. Like everyone else, people with autism share the same life goals: friends, a great job, someone to spend life with, and fun hobbies to explore.
Join us during Autism Awareness Month in celebrating the unique gifts each of us has to offer!