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Sharing Autism. You Are Not Alone

Sharing Autism

You are not alone; there are many parents, caretakers, teachers, and others who are experiencing the same challenges that you are experiencing. In Singapore, The prevalence of autism in Singapore has been observed to rise over the years, mirroring global trends. Although specific, up-to-date statistics may vary, earlier reports suggested that about 1 in 150 children in Singapore are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a figure that aligns with the global average reported by the World Health Organization.

Sometimes, you may think that you are running out of wits about the current issue you are facing. You may feel frustrated, defeated, alone, and self-blamed. You have no one to turn to. However, most likely, someone out there has already experienced the same issue and found an answer.

That’s why I’ve started this small community, trying to engage like-minded individuals who want to make the world a better place for parents, individuals, and caregivers living with autism. Everyone is an expert, and you may have already gone through a stage that someone else is just starting to enter. Imagine how much we can gain if everyone contributes to this community of people who need help.

No matter how small or how challenging the question is, I am confident that advice and support will come from our community. However, this cannot happen without YOU being a part of it and sharing your experiences.

I encourage you to share your stories, ask questions, and offer your insights. Your unique perspective and knowledge could make a world of difference to someone else navigating the autism journey. By fostering an environment of openness and mutual support, we can collectively overcome challenges and celebrate the joy and strengths that come with neurodiversity.

Together, we can break down the barriers of isolation and create a supportive network where no one feels alone. So, join our community, and let’s embark on this incredible journey of learning, growing, and uplifting one another. Your contribution matters, and together, we can make a positive impact on the lives of individuals with autism and their families in Singapore.

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