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She was three before she would respond to her own name.Although there were hints that something was unusual about her development, the last thing her parents suspected was autism.He also pointed out the recent Autism CARES Act of 2014, which provides higher level training for those who are serving citizens on the autism spectrum.When Frances was an infant, she was late to babble, walk and talk.Both of these events focused on personal efforts for awareness raising and eliminating negative stigma associated with autism.In addition, there were highlights on the struggles of people with autism and the importance of better understanding the disorder.Like many girls her age, she is shy but also has strong opinions about what she does and does not want.

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Light It Up Blue is one of the largest initiatives posed by Autism Speaks.

In a 2015 Presidential Proclamation, President Obama highlighted some of the initiatives that the US government was taking to bring rights to those with autism and to bring awareness to the disorder.

He highlighted things like The Affordable Care Act, which prohibits health insurance companies from denying coverage based on a pre-existing condition such as autism.

World Autism Awareness Day is an internationally recognised day on the 2nd of April every year, encouraging Member States of the United Nations to take measures to raise awareness about people with autism throughout the world.

It was designated by the United Nations General Assembly resolution "62/139.