February 10, 2018

nas-logo.ashx National Autistic Society (NAS) – have launched ‘Onesie Wednesday’ for World Autism Awareness Day April 2.

On April 2 the NAS would like everyone to wear their onesies or pyjamas to support people with autism and to help raise awareness.

‘Onesie Wednesday® was created to encourage people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland to show their support for anyone on the autistic spectrum. By wearing a onesie or your pyjamas you’re saying – “it’s alright to be different”. Which is just what we believe.’ NAS website

The NAS suggest that you can raise money by doing a sponsored run, holding a coffee morning and bake sale or even hosting a onesie party.

They are urging schools, universities and places of work to all take part.

You can follow ‘Onesie Wednesday’over on Twitter (@autism) and can use the hashtag #onesiewednesday on the day itself to see what fun is being had and to keep up to date with all of the news and events.

You can order a free pack by phoning the NAS on UK 0808 800 1050.

Or visit their website here


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