Tips and Tools For Juniors

SHARE A CRAFT
Share a craft, acceptance is in your hands.


SHARE A POEM
Share a poem about what you think it means to have a heart of acceptance.

  • Here is an example:
    Autism acceptance
    Uniqueness is a celebration
    Tough obstacles are overcome
    Igniting a spark of awareness
    Sharing in the happiness
    Making a difference
                                                     Post your poem to inspire others!

SHARE A PICTURE
Share a picture of what you see in your community during the month of April. 

Post your artwork on the Hub! You might see your picture in next year's kit!





SHARE A VIDEO
Share a video of your autism awareness message and upload or share for all your friends to see. 


CREATE A PLEDGE CARD
It takes people like you to raise their hand and say, "I pledge to accept everyone."  Create a pledge card or print out our example and hang it where others can see it.

 


WRITE A LETTER
Do you want to write a letter to your town's Mayor asking him/her to sign a proclamation declaring April as Autism Awareness Month? 

Use this fun "Letter Generator" to help you!  

Check out a sample letter and proclamation.


BOOKS AND INFORMATION

Kids Booklet
Q&A Just for Kids
Suggested Reading List for Juniors




SUPPLIES FOR KIDS

Registered Ambassadors can order the following supplies online on our website.
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Comment by Autism New Jersey on February 3, 2014 at 12:00pm

Hey Ambassadors -- have a suggestion for others?  Share your own tips and tools in the comments!

Comment by Autism New Jersey on February 12, 2015 at 4:04pm

#TBT  -   Sibling Essay 2006 Winner Aleta Murphy wrote about her brother:

Sometimes I’m the only one who understands what he is saying or singing.  

Once, he kept saying “Lilly-bu” and my mom didn't get it.  She asked “do you want a little boot?  … the Lily book?  Little Pooh bear?”   

He came to me and said “Lilly-bu?”  and I just said, “Yes, Patrick, I love you too.”

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