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World Autism Awareness & Acceptance Month in APRIL 2022!

The 2 April 2022 is less than 2 weeks away.

We are doing things a little differently this year.

Sadly, we did not plan a walk as we had no idea if we would be subject to another harsh lock down as was the case in 2020 and 2021.

So, we improvised.

We are super excited to introduce our Autism Awareness and Acceptance colouring book.
This has been designed and illustrated by an autistic adult.

The printing of the colouring books was made possible by Macmillan Education South Africa
– www.macmillan.co.za
We want to send out a HUGE thank you for their contribution to this project.

Here is a sample of some of the colouring pictures:

There are 20 beautiful designs, with information on autism on the adjacent pages.

Please follow this link to order your copy, while stocks last.

https://aut2know.co.za/world-autism-acceptance-month-april-2022/

Or

Complete the attached order form, and email it to Lerato at admin@autismsouthafrica.org

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