April, autism month

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April is Autism Awareness Month in Quebec. One month to allow the population to better familiarize themselves with this situation, which affects 1 in 43 boys.

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“Parents of children with autism want the Human Rights Commission to address the 'systemic discrimination' they face because of the difficulties they have in obtaining the appropriate care for their offspring. It is not normal that the care and wait times for a diagnosis are different from region to region, and even from child to child. This is blatant discrimination, '' says Kathleen Salvail of the Coalition autisme Québec. "

Source: Journal of Montreal

“After a series of professional failures and customer service stress, a young autistic girl finally found her place working with animals in a veterinary hospital. […] The young woman lives with an unspecified autism spectrum disorder (ASD) with attention deficit disorder. She also has an anxiety disorder. Ms. Thibault, who was diagnosed in 2008, went to regular school, but had to finish high school in an Adult Education Center. "

Source: TVA Nouvelles

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