World Autism Day: Senator Oluremi Tinubu Advocates for Early Diagnosis and Intervention

On the occasion of World Autism Day, Senator Oluremi Tinubu has emphasized the importance of early diagnosis and intervention for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

The First Lady of Nigeria has called upon parents, caregivers, and the wider community to be attentive to the developmental needs of children with autism and seek professional help when necessary.

In her statement, Senator Tinubu acknowledged the unique strengths and creativity of individuals with ASD and celebrated their families for their unwavering love and dedication.

She also recognized the vital role of community organizations in providing support, resources, and opportunities for individuals with Autism and their families.

Senator Tinubu stressed the importance of early diagnosis and intervention for individuals with Autism, stating that these measures are crucial in ensuring that individuals with ASD reach their full potential.

She encouraged parents and caregivers to pay close attention to developmental milestones and seek professional help if they have any concerns.

The First Lady’s message aligns with global efforts to promote Autism awareness and inclusion.

The observance of World Autism Day serves as a reminder of the need for a more inclusive society that embraces and supports individuals with Autism and their families.

Senator Tinubu concluded her statement by expressing her hope for a world where individuals with Autism are empowered, included, and celebrated for their unique gifts.

This sentiment reflects a growing global understanding of the importance of diversity and inclusion in society.

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