After a long Easter weekend full of flowers and very sweet, the week begins with a very special day, such as autistic children, a day like no other. April 2 is the International Day of Autism. An autistic child is someone who communicates poorly or not at all. Being informed about this disease that affects more and more children, the public will be less likely to judge parents when their children are unpredictable or have challenging behaviours. It comes with a lot of difficulty, anxiety for all his family, unanswered questions. But it also comes with a huge lot of love. These children make us discover a side of us that changes our way of seeing life and helps us to accept the impenetrable. Autism, it affects us all. If the child can not communicate with the outside, you can. Please speak about it.