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North Dakota Autism Connection | Helping Families Connect the Pieces About NDAC | What is ASD? Our Blog Events Donate Now! Contact Us | It’s a Cool Pool Party for Everyone! SPLASH into Autism Awareness Month with NDAC! Let’s SPLASH into April as we begin our Light It Up Blue Month. All month long we are going to celebrate Autism Awareness and connecting each other to solutions and support with all things relating to Autism. Join us at the Bismarck YMCA on Saturday, April 1st. Anyone who is 13 or older is admitted FREE to this event. Doors open at 5:30 and we SPLASH into the water from 6-7:30. Healthy snacks and giveaways will be at this event, as well as many friends who share your love of connecting autism and families together for support. This is an event you DO NOT want to miss as we DIVE in to a great month! We ask that you PLEASE RSPV to the party by this Friday. To do so, please text or call Sherris at (701) 425-6151. Healthcare Crisis: What is the solution? What is the solution? Navigating the healthcare system, especially when you have a family member with autism or any chronic condition can be daunting. Finding the treatments that work best for an individual can also be expensive, and while everyone has an opinion about how to lower our healthcare costs, there is one “solution” that is not worth the risk: importing drugs from other countries. There is already a real problem with counterfeit drugs in the U.S. In fact many of the most publicized overdose deaths, including Prince’s, were causes by counterfeit oxycodone. Those are perhaps the most tragic results of counterfeit drugs, but there is also the costs to everyday families. If someone spends their money on counterfeit drugs, which don’t work or may cause additional negative side effects, how will they pay for that? If we are looking to drive down costs, making it easier for drug traffickers to expose consumers to drugs which don’t have the guarantee or oversight of the FDA would only increase medical complications, leading to additional costs. We are confident that we can find better solutions to the rising cost of healthcare than to endanger our own people by importing medications that the U.S. health officials cannot guarantee would pose no additional risk to public health and safety. There are other ways to bring costs down while ensuring patient safety, so we were pleased to see that Senator Heitkamp put patients’ safety first and foremost and voted no on allowing importation. North Dakota patients should thank Senator Heitkamp for voting against this measure, especially patients with complex diagnosis and treatment regiments who could have been at the most risk if exposed to counterfeit or contaminated drugs from other countries. Feeling Blue Lately… I love having moments of “blue” with my son. Ya’ll… I’ve been struggling lately to make it to the end of the day. With so many things that we do as families living with a member who has an exceptionality, life can really get draining. Errands, doctor appointments, MELTDOWNS, anxiety, sensory issues, unexpected “triggers”… the list goes on. And yet within these moments… I start to feel blue! Really, deep blue. Let me explain by going back a bit: I’m crazy and I always volunteer to do First Tech Challenge in Bismarck. Basically, it’s a bunch of really smart teenagers who come together from around the state and surrounding states to battle robots! How can anyone not find this exciting? These teenagers are programming on computers, solving real-world applications, gaining huge scholarships, and learning some pretty important communication skills. My job is normally to judge. I often interview kids who come in, looking shy and often “quirky”. Then the minute they began to give me their presentation, their passion shows through. As a judge I sit and think, “Wow. This is our future. This kid is going places!” I just love this event. If you haven’t gone, I encourage you to attend this weekend at the National Energy Center of Excellence building (NECE) located on BSC Campus around 10am on Saturday. Free for the public and an event where you get to see some pretty brilliant teams compete with robots! … O.K…move forward to my meltdown story. Like I said earlier… this is when I feel really blue. Let me connect these thoughts. Thinking about this event and experiencing my own personal moments, I remind myself of the importance of Autism Awareness. I need to let others know I am here and can understand! In these moments when I feel like I am melting down at home- I remember that the road is hard as we gain acceptance. And it relates to this robotic competition on a very close note. Autism Awareness! In my training manual to be a judge this year, which was created by National Companies, I am being taught and reminded that I may interact with children with autism. They have a whole section about AUTISM! How cool is that?! I felt so giddy and “blue”!!!! Like- Finally, people are starting to GET IT! PASS ON THIS INFORMATION!!! Autism is REAL. AUTISM is around us. And we CAN dress, feel, and illuminate blue to help others understand they are not alone. Reminding me of what I learned in the manual was almost a calming effect as I watched my child melt down for the umpteenth time. He is growing up in a world where it won’t be JUST me helping him through these moments. Eventually, he will go into public and I know that more and more people will be understanding of these moments that he appears puzzling to all… I do hope you join us in April as we continue to “Light It Up Blue” for Autism Awareness. And please remember to keep the NDAC community alive by sharing your blue moments with us. Together, we can do great things to spread awareness for these great people. -Arin Casavant, guest blogger Light It Up Blue in 2017! Picture credit: ?2017 Autism Speaks Inc On April 2, people all over the world will turn their lights blue for World Autism Awareness Day. By replacing their outdoor lights with blue tinted bulbs, places all over the world will shine a different color to support the journey of celebrating and sharing awareness for Autism. So why do we “light it up blue”? In 2007, the World Health Organization passed a resolution to recognize Autism as a growing health concern. In 2010 Autism Speaks, a non-profit organization leading autism science and advocacy, adopted the idea of immersing the world in blue to show world support on World Autism Awareness Day. Since 2007, places globally began to glow blue. Businesses such as Home Depot began carrying household light bulbs to allow the public to show their support. What else can you do besides turning on a blue light bulb? SHARE, SHARE, SHARE! Raise awareness in your school or workplace, educate people, share your personal experiences, post on social media, and SPEAK UP! Light it up blue is more than a physical event. It needs to be a social, mental, and emotional event as well. Educate yourself and others as we continue to sha...

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