On June 18 every year, people around the world celebrate Autistic Pride Day. People organize events, lead awareness campaigns, and arrange for health camps to make people aware of autism. The main aim of marking this day is to create awareness about autism among people. The symbol of this day is a rainbow infinity sign which basically represents the infinite possibilities that autistic people have.

The goal of Autistic Pride Day is to make the public aware of autism and its effects on people with the condition. According to the World Health Organization, one in every 160 children is affected by autism. Autism impairs a person’s capacity to interact socially and communicate, and it has an overall negative effect on the person’s emotional, social, and physical health.

History of Autistic pride day

In 2005, Aspies For Freedom founded Autistic Pride Day—a day to raise public awareness and celebrate the similarities and differences of people with autism. Since then, the event has become a global celebration that is widely observed online and offline. AFF is a solidarity and campaigning group aimed at raising public awareness of the autism rights movement. The aim of AFF is to educate the public that the autism spectrum is not always a disability and that there are advantages as well as disadvantages.

Autistic Pride Day Captions

There is no cure for being yourself.

World autistic pride day captions

The Autistic is not a bad word, but peoples mentality is terrible. 


I am autistic and I am proud. 


Autism is as much a part of humanity as is the capacity to dream. 

wishes on autism

Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid. 


The Autistic is not a bad word, but peoples mentality is terrible. 


Why fit in when you were born to stand out 


Autism is part of my child, it’s not everything he is. My child is so much more than a diagnosis.


Not being able to speak is not the same as not having anything to say.


I am a child with autism. I am not “Autistic.”


Autism is not a disease, it is a condition. 


A person with autism lives in his own world, while a person with Asperger’s lives in our world, in a way of his own choosing. 

Wishes for Autistic Pride Day 

Autism… offers a chance for us to glimpse an awe-filled vision of the world that might otherwise pass us by. Happy Autistic Pride Day. 


It takes a village to raise a child. It takes a child with autism to raise the consciousness of the village. Happy Autistic Pride Day.


Autism is not a ‘gift’. For most, it is an endless fight against schools, workplaces and bullies. But, let us join hands to give them the right circumstances, given the right adjustments, it can be a superpower. Happy autistic pride day.


Autistic child can have difficult experiences in school, but they may still be talented. Celebrate their uniqueness and help them find the right niche for their talents.


There is no cure for being human. Celebrate the human in them. Happy Autistic Pride Day.

It is a day to be proud of who you are. Let’s celebrate neurodiversity and feel satisfied.

Autism is a unique way of seeing the world that gives individuals a special perspective. Happy Autistic Pride Day 2022.
Think of it this way—people with disabilities are often defined by what they lack . . . But autism . . . is just as much about what’s abundant—the very traits that make us unique as humans.
Do not fear people with autism, embrace them. Don’t spite people with autism, unite them. Do not deny people with autism, accept them, for then their abilities will shine.
When it comes to ensuring that persons with autism enjoy the rights and freedoms to which we are all entitled, we must recommit to promoting acceptance of persons with autism.

Quotes on Autism

“Get to know someone on the spectrum and your life will truly be blessed.” — Stephanie L. Parker


“We need to learn to accept and celebrate our differences. And we need to continue our research in Autism Spectrum Disorder in order to understand how we can best lend a helping hand.” — Alan Rosales


“Autism doesn’t have to define a person. Artists with autism are like anyone else: They define themselves through hard work and individuality.” — Adrienne Bailon


“I want to send love to all the beautiful children with autism and all the wonderful people who love them. May we all shine and grant love and learn to respect children with special needs.” — Kelly Preston


“If I could snap my fingers and be non-autistic, I would not. Autism is part of what I am.” — Dr. Temple Grandin


“Our experiences are all unique. Regardless, I do believe that it is important to find the beautiful. Recognize that there is bad, there is ugly, there is disrespect, there is ignorance and there are meltdowns. Those things are inevitable. But there is also good.”— Amy Gravino


“Having autism isn’t easy. In fact, there were times where I wished I was just a normal being. But when I look back on my life and how my life has changed for 21 years, I feel proud today to have something that makes me special and unique.” — Jessica McCartney


“I’m proud to be autistic and on the rainbow spectrum! Our honesty, direct focus, intense love for our passions, and a deep sense of injustice are traits that the world needs right now.” — Dara McAnulty


“To measure the success of our societies, we should examine how well those with different abilities, including persons with autism, are integrated as full and valued members.” — Ban Ki-moon

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