Fact or fiction: Autism myths debunked

The online dialogue is part of the My Community For Autism (#mycommunityforautism) online campaign. Photo: Pixabay

In conjunction with autism awareness month, there will be an online dialogue on “Debunking the Autism Myths” taking place on Facebook Live on Apr 3 (Saturday) at 10am at My Community For Autism’s Facebook page.

The dialogue, moderated by actor Lisa Surihani who is National Ambassador for Unicef Malaysia, features panelists who will answer questions about what’s real and what’s not about autism.

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