Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Bringing Autism Awareness to your Community


Autism is a disorder where it becomes difficult to use social skills such as communicating, both verbally and non-verbally. Although it is treatable, it’s a disorder that can’t be “outgrown”.  According to Autism Society, cases with early intervention create higher outcomes of improvement. Therefore, it’s important to create awareness and resources for your community, in order to provide outreach for anyone who is concerned about their children having autism, as well as creating a support system for families who need more programs to support their family members who are affected by autism. 

Programs On The Go
Having a specialty vehicle as a resource for your community is going to help provide assistance to families who are unable to make it to conferences or programs for whatever reason. By
creating mobile programs that create a community outreach, then you’re providing a source of education for autism as well as the importance to stay updated on important news of your organization.  Throwing special events or creating advocacy has never been easier with a specialty vehicle that fits the needs of both your organization and community. Creating a space for education, support, and training for the community, will help develop a stronger connection between friends and family affected by autism, as well as develop a plan for handling autism within that community. 

Mobile Autism Center
 Create a mobile clinic that focuses on creating accessible and affordable healthcare for patients with autism. Create courses and workshops for families who are affected by autism with a clinic that is able to reach them at any time and day simply by bringing the clinic to them. Implementing psychological and psychiatric skills into your mobile workshops will create a safe and therapeutic zone for those with autism. Providing health care is therefore not only required, but necessary to improve the lives of those affected by autism. By getting a mobile clinic, you’re already impacting the lives within your community. 


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