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Stompeez Giveaway for Autism Awareness ends 4/7

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April is Autism Awareness Month and Powered by Mom Blog & Mom Does Reviews and a GREAT group of bloggers are working together to raise awareness AND offer a fun Giveaway!

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What do you know about Autism? Here are some facts from The Autism Society:

  • 1 percent of the population of children in the U.S. ages 3-17 have an autism spectrum disorder.
  • Prevalence is estimated at 1 in 88 births.
  • 1 to 1.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder.
  • Fastest-growing developmental disability; 1,148% growth rate.
  • 10 – 17 % annual growth.
  • $60 billion annual cost.

Stay tuned for our next giveaway for Autism Awareness month!

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The giveaway ends 4/7 at 1159p

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By on April 4th, 2013

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53 thoughts on “Stompeez Giveaway for Autism Awareness ends 4/7”

  1. I see FB posts from friends who have children with autistism issues. Praying my 18 month old won’t have any. Amazing this day and time they should be able to know causes and treat this.

  2. My cousin has two autistic children and they are both so sweet! More awareness needs to be done about autism. I would love to win these for them!

  3. I have to be honest I am not to aware of the effects of autism and do not have anyone i know with it. I would like to educate myself on it though.

  4. I was a Teachers Aide for Children and several children had Autism and they are some of the sweetest and awesome kids I have ever worked with.

  5. My friends son is autistic, I get to be around him a lot and know quite a bit about the subject. He is so adorable. He does not like anything out of his norm. It takes extreme patience and a lot of hard work to take care of anyone with Autism.

  6. I don’t know much about Autism, i have been on an autism walk before though. I don’t know anyone with autism..

  7. i dont know much about autism and i feel that it is because i do not any person who has it so I am very unaware of it

  8. I don’t know anyone personally that has autism but there are a few kids at the school I work at that have it – some are mainstreamed and some are in special classes.

  9. I am an elementary teacher and have had students with autism in my classroom for the past several years. I also spent one summer working as an ABA specialist in a one on one program for children with autism.

  10. I have a cousin who is autistic. His mother faces daily challenges with him but he is one of the sweetest boys I have ever known.

  11. I have an elementary education degree and have had the privilege of working with autistic children. Each one was such a joy to work with.

  12. I don’t know too much about it. I have friends in another state who have a son with it but I don’t see much how it affects them on a daily basis.

  13. I know a little about it as I work in an office at a school. We have a good special ed department that does a lot for these children.

  14. I worked with adults in a group home who were autistic. I also have two teenage cousins with autism. I know that autism can look very different for different people.

  15. I have known several kids with autism. I used to work with autistic children. I know there is different ranges from mild to severe cases.

  16. I have worked with an autistic adult Andn a friend of mine has an autistic son.
    It can be difficult to care for an autistic person because in my experience, they
    have totally different personalities and limitations.
    Thank you for your great giveaway= )

  17. Yes I was a Teachers Aide for Children with Autism and they are some of the sweetest and awesome kids I have ever worked with.

  18. Honestly, I don’t know much about autism. I know that people with autism tend to do repetitive motions, such as flapping their arms. I also know that they tend to get overwhelmed more easily than the average child.

    My boyfriend’s oldest son has autism. I haven’t met him yet, but he’s adorable.

  19. I don’t know a whole lot about autism but I watch a friends kid who has it and he is the cutest day thing!

  20. My daughter (passed away 4 years ago when she was 6 from a surgery complication) had special needs (Williams Syndrome) and therefore always had speech and physical therapies as well as a para-pro with her in school. One of her closest school friends was a little girl with Autism. I became very close friends with her mom so I know more than most people I would assume.

  21. I know some about Autism, my niece has been diagnosed with it. I know most of the signs and symptoms, but I don’t spend a lot of time with anyone with it. I was a nurse, so I learned about there.

  22. I have a very good friend who’s son was recently diagnosed with autism, so I am in the process of finding out all I can about it for their family.

  23. I am a school teacher. I have taught three different children with Autism in the past three years. All of the kids were completely different and had different levels of autism. Since I was there first teacher in school (kindergarten) I really got to make a HUGE impact on their lives and schooling. I have watched each one of them grow and learn new things. I am so amazed everyday at how well each child is doing in school and it makes my heart so happy to know I made a difference in their lives. From the first day of school to the last they grew so much. They are amazing kids and yes they do require a little extra help but the reward when they try a new food or make friends just melts my heart.

  24. I’ve taught autistic children in elementary school, and I have a few friends with awesome autistic children.


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