Today Many people all over the world will be wearing a bright coloured T-shirt or dressing up in bright fancy dress as to represent autism rainbow day. Autism Rainbow Day (a global autism awareness day) invites anyone and everyone anywhere within the world to participate and by doing so help raise awareness for autism in their local community. On Autism Rainbow Day, businesses, schools and social groups from all over the world are urged to help raise awareness for autism by wearing different colored T-Shirts that represent the colors of the rainbow. Alison Dix the creator and Facebook friend has really made this a wonderful cause. She has created templates for mask and an autism factsheet for schools and groups to read out today. All this and more is downloadable from the autism rainbow website and information and live discussions are taking place right now within the Facebook Autism rainbow day group.
It’s not to Late to take part. Alison is not trying to raise money for autism just awareness. So if you are only just finding out about autism rainbow day by reading this post it’s not to late! Go and change in to something bold and bright and tell people that today your raising awareness for Autism.
Autism rainbow day has inspired me to write this post in all the colours of the rainbow.