Inclusivity starts
with me

Step out of your comfort zone, and demystify the world of
Autism Spectrum Disorder. Together, we can break down barriers,
promote understanding, and strengthen inclusivity.

Will you step in?

Autism

is diverse.

Each person living with autism has differing needs
and capabilities.

need not be an obstacle to independence.

With the right support, individuals with ASD are able
to live independently and contribute to society.

has different faces.

Autism presents itself in many forms
– some less obvious than others.

Foster your understanding and acceptance of autism,
a condition that affects around 50,000 Singaporeans.

Autism

is diverse.

Each person living with autism has differing needs
and capabilities.

need not be an obstacle to independence.

With the right support, individuals with ASD are able
to live independently and contribute to society.

has different faces.

Autism presents itself in many forms
– some less obvious than others.

Foster your understanding and acceptance of autism,
a condition that affects around 50,000 Singaporeans.

” A supportive environment where they can learn from their mistakes is what we as a society need to create for them,”

– Bill Wong, Occupational Therapist with Autism

When a stranger demands to have your seat, what would you do?

Watch to find out!

I pledge to

include people with autism in my journey towards inclusivity.

- 136 -

Pause.
Consider before
I take any action.

- 69 -

Be aware
and conscious of the
ASD community.

- 38 -

Be a
volunteer
to show my support.

- 19 -

Donate
to organisations
that support the ASD community

About ANS

Autism Network Singapore (ANS) is a platform for Social Service
Organisations (SSOs) serving the autism community and other stakeholders
to create public awareness and mobilise support for autism.

Meet the driving forces behind ANS: