Autism Awareness Month

In 2007, the United Nations (UN) called for one day each year to be designated at World Autism Day.  April 2 has since been identified as World Autism Awareness Day.

Autism Awareness Month is an opportunity to highlight the strengths of students with autism and explore opportunities to further improve their educational achievements. The Autism Hub is committed to building the confidence and capability of schools and families to include, engage and retain students with autism. Throughout April, there are a range of events and workshops for educators, parents and other members of the community. To find out what's available check our workshop and events calendar.

If you are looking for more information about autism or activities across Queensland, you might like to explore our partner's websites:


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Last reviewed 03 April 2018
Last updated 03 April 2018