Inclusion & Acceptance

Autism acceptance is not just a buzzword — it is an action. It means changing how society thinks about autism, respecting the rights and humanity of all autistic people, and aligning advocacy and research priorities with the priorities of the autistic community. ASAN works to make our society more accepting and inclusive for autistic people and all people with disabilities.


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🦖ASAN April Update🦖

ASAN April Newsletter Dear friend, This month we celebrated our community — as well as our love of dinosaurs — and continued to fight for our rights. Check out what we’ve been working on this month and what work is still to come! We were excited to begin Autism Acceptance Month seeing the White House…

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⛄ASAN January Update ⛄

ASAN January Newsletter Dear friend, The new year may just be getting started, but we’ve been hard at work! Check out what we’ve been up to this month. You can start the year by sharing your voice and making your thoughts on autism research heard! You can submit your public comments to the Interagency Autism…

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