Autism Awareness Month

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I suppose I should post something on Autism Awareness Month before the month is over. I was going to link to Sam's series on autism and the brain way back at the beginning of the month, but I thought the series wasn't finished, and then I forgot. She's had three posts on autism and the brain: part 1, part 2, part 3. She also posted on autism research and autism on Wikipedia. There's a wealth of information amidst all that.


Golly - such enthusiasm! Still another couple of days left.

Well, I've never been much of a fan of selecting one-twelfth of the year to pretend you care about something that some people have to deal with day in and day out. It reminds me too much of those who think they can ease their consciences about racism by having Black History Month and such things.

You also have to keep in mind that I blog mostly about things that interest me that aren't a daily part of my life. I hardly ever blog about my dissertation work in philosophy, and I don't blog all that much about my daily life or about the kids in general, including about autism. I did think it was worth drawing attention to these posts, and I loathe the practice of linking to a series that isn't finished, so I wanted to wait until it was done.

"I've never been much of a fan of selecting one-twelfth of the year to pretend you care about something..."

To that end I'm thinking about posting something along the lines that autism is something that people live with everyday.

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