The Autism Parents Platform, in collaboration with United Development Company (UDC), the official sponsor, has organised the Autism Vibes event at The Pearl Island, marking World Autism Awareness Day.

The event, which was also sponsored by Seashore Group and Cosette, gathered more than 150 families affected by autism at The Duck Lake at The Pearl Island for a day brimming with family-centric events aimed at promoting integration and communication.

Families engaged in a myriad of activities suitable for all ages and categories, culminating in the creation of a magnificent mural.

Participants contributed to the mural, symbolising their acceptance and support for individuals with autism and their families, while fostering a sense of solidarity within the community.

The event, which is part of the activities commemorating World Autism Awareness Day, underscores the importance of the community’s role in supporting individuals with special challenges and their families.

This emphasises the need to understand all segments of society with their diversity and maintain continuous communication with them.

This initiative is an integral part of the UDC’s ongoing commitment to raising autism awareness and promoting social integration and reflects the UDC’s dedication to fostering a more inclusive and compassionate society, in line with its corporate social responsibility initiatives.

The recently announced sponsorship agreement between the UDC and the Autism Parents Platform represents a milestone in UDC’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) endeavours.

It highlights the company’s unwavering dedication to supporting the community in Qatar and contributing to the well-being of autism individuals and their families.

Through this partnership, the UDC aims to continue supporting the Autism Parents Platform’s vital initiatives, including awareness campaigns, family support programmes, and community-focused projects, to create a brighter, more inclusive future for everyone in Qatar.
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