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2 Days Left Until Light It Up Blue

The countdown is on to April 1st! World Autism Awareness Month is in reach and we are so excited to Light It Up Blue! Every day, leading up to the big day we’ll post highlights, a special interview and much more!


Who’s Lighting It Up Blue?

More than 500 buildings and communities are lighting it up blue! Are you looking to have a family vacation? Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida is going blue and it could be the perfect place!
 

Visit www.lightitupblue.org to get pledge your support and get involved!

 

 


Community Spotlight 

Today’s virtual interview is with Sue H. from Lohrville, La. 

Autism Speaks: What are you Lighting Up Blue?
Sue H.:
My home!

AS: Why is this important to you?
SH: Why isn’t it important should be the question… My grandson is autistic and I have worked in the field now for 28 years.

AS: Wow that’s great! How are you lighting your home?
SH: We are going to do it ourselves. I have the bulbs!

AS: What other buildings would you like to see lit up?
SH: Every home and every business.

Are you lighting up blue too? Take this quick and easy survey to tell us how!

Blue Builder of the Day

Reign Voltaire is our Blue Website Builder of the Day! Reign has created this website in honor of his Godson Jeffrey. He has almost reached his goal – let’s help him out! 

You can build a Blue website too! Just visit this link and get started!

 

NBA to Celebrate World Autism Awareness Day

For more information about our partnership visit here

  1. STELLA NUTT
    March 31, 2011 at 12:24 am

    I am a mother of two children. I have a son that has PDD-NOS. Hes name is Codie Nutt.. I think that autism awareness has came a long way.. But we are not there yet.. Where i live there is hardly no hope or support. So I am my sons voice. Autism children are all different.. Not one child is the same.. But i do believe that At the end of the road there is “HOPE” I always say that.. I’m trying to get more people involved but they just dont understand.. If anyone knows some way i could change the way people feel please let me know.. I will not give up hope.. In my small town how do i get them involved?

    • Jay
      June 20, 2011 at 12:48 pm

      hi stella i read your post i thought to myself omg someone understands

  2. Jay
    June 20, 2011 at 12:43 pm

    hi stella when i read your comment i thought omg there is someone who understands. i to have two sons that have this disorder and we also live in a very small town and its so new to people . i feel like im in this all by myself with know one to understand what im going through .

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