“For autistic individuals to succeed in this world, they need to find their strengths and the people that will help them get to their hopes and dreams. In order to do so, the ability to make and keep friends is a must. Amongst those friends, there must be mentors to show them the way. A supportive environment where they can learn from their mistakes is what we as a society need to create for them,” Bill Wong, Autistic Occupational Therapist
World Health Organization (WHO) and ASD’s
Reports issued by the WHO estimated that globally, one in every 160 people has an ASD. Worldwide, people with Autism Spectrum Disorders still represent an exposed group of which, a percentage remains exposed to discrimination, stigma, and other human rights offenses such equal rights to the public. Proper evaluation, early detection, and diagnosis, together with a suitable treatment plan can reduce the obstacles, difficulties, and challenges presented by ASD’s and can have a positive impact on the overall well-being and quality of life for those with ASD and their caregivers.