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See How the World Is Lighting It Up Blue

On April 1 and April 2 buildings all over the world were lit in bright blue to help kick off Autism Awareness Month and celebrate World Autism Awareness Day on April 2.  Visit lightitupblue.org for more photos and information.  See a list of the more than 1000 buildings participating in Light It Up Blue and find out about national fundraising and awareness initiatives from Autism Speaks’ partners. Watch an interview with Mark Roithmayr, president of Autism Speak, from NBA TV, and see how the NBA’s Toronto Raptors and the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs celebrated the day.  See how “The Talk” lit it up blue on April 1 and see photos and video from etnies’ free skateboarding clinic for children with autism.

Read a Presidential Proclamation about World Autism Awareness Day.

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CBS Early Show

Suzanne Wright on the Early Show

Autism Speaks opened World Autism Awareness Day, April 2,  on the CBS Saturday Early Show. Bob and Suzanne Wright were guests of anchors Russ Mitchell and Rebecca Jarvis on their Early Coffee segment. They shared that over 1000 buildings in the U.S. and around the world turned blue last night and will again tonight to celebrate WAAD.  When asked “what do you want people to know about autism,” Suzanne Wright said “1 in 110 … the numbers are staggering,” Bob answered the question of “What is the biggest challenge you would like to overcome with autism?” by saying “If we can get real good research and translate it into drugs and therapies we can have enormous impact – what helps a child helps an adult.”  See the clip here.

Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum

Students Singing at the Intrepid

The Intrepid played host this morning to a press conference and family event for those affected by autism. Children from Pelham Middle School joined children with autism from schools around NYC and N.J. to celebrate WAAD on April 2. Owen Saunders, a student at Pelham Middle School, created the song Light It Up Blue and got his classmates to sing it. Autism Speaks recorded the kids singing the song and created a video that has gone viral around the world! The father of a child with autism in Argentina translated the song into Spanish and it is being sung in Spain and Argentina to celebrate WAAD today.The students sang their heart-warming song today to an audience that included guest speakers Suzanne and Bob Wright – who were joined by the children and grandchildren, Senator Robert Menendez (NJ), and the president of the Intrepid Susan Marenoff-Zausner. They received a standing ovation at the conclusion of their performance. Plus visit the Pix 11 blog to see the students’ performance from April 1

Guests and Intrepid visitors were also able to try out Autism Speaks’ brand new interactive awareness ad created by BBDO with the Ad Council. The display invites people to try to make eye contact with a young girl on the screen to demonstrate an early warning sign of autism.

NYSE Opening Bell

Global Bell Ringing Across NYSE Euronext Markets in Honor of World Autism Awareness Day

On the morning of April 1,  Suzanne and Bob Wright, co-founders of Autism Speaks, and Toni Braxton, six time Grammy Award-winner and Autism Speaks spokesperson, along with other supporters, were on hand to ring the Opening Bell at the New York Stock Exchange.  Watch video here.

Empire State Building

Autism Speaks volunteers and supporters gathered at the Empire State Building to flip the ceremonial switch to turn the lights blue for the second year in a row. Bob and Suzanne Wright and Toni Braxton addressed the crowd.  Read more and see photos.
    April 1, 2011 at 12:09 pm


    • stephanie
      April 1, 2011 at 2:21 pm

      They will give off a scent as they heat up for the first time, This scent will fade as you use it, there is nothing wrong with your bulbs

      • Lydia Fernandez
        April 2, 2011 at 12:13 am

        Good to know Stephanie, my husband was asking the same question. Thank for letting us know :)

  2. Annie Short-Ellis
    April 1, 2011 at 3:39 pm

    LET’S GO BLUE, LET’S GO…LIGHT IT UP BLUE FOR AUTISM!!!! My son Jamey just turned 3 on March 21st, he was diagnosed on September 24, 2010. On behalf of him and all others living with Autism we will leave our outdoor blue from now on!

  3. Annie Short-Ellis
    April 1, 2011 at 3:40 pm

    Annie Short-Ellis :
    LET’S GO BLUE, LET’S GO…LIGHT IT UP BLUE FOR AUTISM!!!! My son Jamey just turned 3 on March 21st, he was diagnosed on September 24, 2010. On behalf of him and all others living with Autism we will leave our outdoor light blue from now on!

  4. April 1, 2011 at 6:30 pm

    My son wasn’t diagnosed until he 12 years old (my opinion, lack of attention by the doctors, as the signs were all there)… My blue light bulb doesn’t shine blue, it looks like a regular light bulb so I wrapped the fixture (not the light bulb itself) in light blue tissue paper and kept an eye on it. It did good, no fire or heat up. It projects a blue light and seems to attract more attention than a regular blue light bulb (who wouldn’t wonder why a porch light fixture is wrapped in blue tissue paper!), so it’ll be my blue light. :o)

    • Andrea Forringer
      April 2, 2011 at 3:50 pm

      My son was just diagnosed last week…at age 14! I have been fighting doctors and school systems for years to get him help.(Unfortunately he has been misdiagnosed and lost years of support) Thanks to the many wonderful Autism foundations and programs, we now have some direction and compassionate people to help our family. In one word…Autism, the doors of support have opened for us. I will no longer look back on those who wouldn’t listen to me and look forward to the progress ahead.I am happy to be “blue” today. I want to jump in and do my part to help spread awareness.

    • cydney bennett
      April 22, 2011 at 3:53 am

      you bought a plant light i did the same thing i returned mine to wal mart and got the blue party bulb problem was haleigh wanted it in her room so she was livin it up blue lol

  5. Jenn
    April 1, 2011 at 7:04 pm

    He is 4. His name is James. My son is a sensitive, beautiful boy. With PDD-NOS, so few people can see that. He stays hidden behind the communicative curtain of autism. Most see him as the child with loud, disruptive and repetitive behaviors. I see the incredible spirit and soul underneath. We are lighting up blue for him and all of the beautiful people touched by this disorder. May we increase awareness together.

  6. Roberta
    April 1, 2011 at 8:43 pm

    We are shining our blue in Seaford, NY!

  7. ginger
    April 1, 2011 at 8:46 pm

    I want to know who I can contact in my State to get the communities more involved for this? I live in Oregon and am a Sp.Ed. teacher and have a special needs son, and I think it is shameful that we have 1 in 98 students (the highest in the nation) who recieve ASD IEP services, yet we only have 2 bldngs. that are participating in this light up. Not okay with me. So please, anyone know who I should talk to to get this ball rolling for next year???

    • kathy dobbins
      April 3, 2011 at 9:06 am

      light up so people will become more aware.

    • Angela
      April 11, 2011 at 7:11 pm

      I also live in Oregon (Beaverton area) and I am very active with Autism Speaks, especially the Autism Insurance Reform. I have send emails and letters to our State Senators in asking for light it up blue. I would love to get together so next year we can work on more buildings in our downtown area. The trailblazers did a great job at the game on April 2nd…. we need more!

  8. brenda muro
    April 1, 2011 at 8:46 pm

    Today is a real special day for everybody that is fighthing for this cause..My son was diagnosed on 2008 and it was very hard to understand and accept, but now i am so thankful for everybody that has helped my son.He is a super hero for me, he is my strenght my everything so from now on i will light it blue. TODAY all my family is wearing blue and all of them has a blue light outside their homes to support the cause..WE ARE THE DIFFERENCE IN THIS WORLD WE NEED TO MAKE CONCIENCE WE NEED TO LIGHT IT BLUE!!!!!!

  9. Jenn
    April 1, 2011 at 10:54 pm

    Lighting it up Blue for my son! The Bravest Person I know!

  10. fade
    April 2, 2011 at 12:13 am

    Hello …am a single mum of an autistic boy. We live in lagos Nigeria. My son was diagnosed when he was 2, it took me a longwhilw to aCept the fact. I amligting upblue this year,however awarenes is very low here about autism

  11. joe's_mommy
    April 2, 2011 at 12:51 am

    I live in a small town in California. I don’t know how many people are going to light it up blue in my town but I have my lights on blue. I just hope maybe they stop and wonder why the blue lights. Spreading awareness can help all children with autism. My son was diagnosed a year ago even though he showed signs at 6 months it took a long time to get a dr that would listen to me. I just hope by raising awareness more people will be understanding and supportive of those that have someone that they love on the spectrum.

  12. Heidi Van Oss
    April 2, 2011 at 1:33 am

    We Have our house lit up blue, We went to Walmart last night and got those Party Blue bulbs and they look so pretty, sort of Neon Blue,We did our Porch and Garage lights, I am leaving them up all month maybe even longer! Jacob my son loves Blue ,His favorite color He is usually bad when we go to Walmart because he hates shopping of any kind but he was well behaved we never know when he is going to have a meltdown until we pull in the parking lot,We get alot of stares because he has Autism but I don’t care if people say anything negative,I just dish it right back,People need to be aware,I get tired of explaining to people that my child has Autism sometimes,They just need to accept this and deal with it,Our children aren’t any different than anyone else’s.I’m just tired of the way society treats us and our children because lets face it ,The Government made our children this way if you really think about it.Happened to us with the immunizations.He was healthy and talking before 12 months when he got his shots he did a 180, No one can tell me any different.Autism is here..and people need to understand that it’s staying awhile..for all they know it could happen in their children’s children.Thanks for listening:)

  13. Cindy Lindsey
    April 2, 2011 at 1:43 am

    I have my back porch lit up blue for today and tomorow. I have a 15 year old son with Asperger’s and this was very important to me. I was saddend to see that not many business or citits did not participte in my home state of Alabama. I was so hoping that more of them would do this one thing for our kids. Maybe next year we can see the whole country blue.

  14. mindy
    April 2, 2011 at 8:33 am

    my daughter was diagnosed 3 years ago with PDDNOS but already has epilepsy, she is the sweetest kid and im grateful for all she is!! Lets go BLUE!!!

  15. connie
    April 2, 2011 at 9:41 am

    To my son DJ who lights up my world with every color of the rainbow. We love you so very much.

  16. leena
    April 2, 2011 at 10:46 am

    my baby brother has autism at first i did not want to belive it ,he is my life i love him sso much and now hes in a good school trying to get out of the stages hes in the docters and the school say if we work hard we can help him get better at school and life it self hes only 6 years old and it breaks my heart that hes in the first grade and still learning to spell and rember woreds that kids who are 5 and 4 already know ! but we light it up blue aswell we have our autism shirts and our light it up blue pin which lights up blue and we visted the empier state building aswell and altho he did not understand it but i know he had a good time! and i aswell i push my friends and famliys to help my fellow peers aswell i tell them where blue and donate its to help the kids! hand by hand i know we can help! and for my baby brother i will do anything! !!!

  17. K. Cain
    April 2, 2011 at 11:17 am

    We lit it up blue for 2 of our sons with autism spectrum disorders and for all the children and families loving someone with autism!

  18. Barbara & Roger Peacock
    April 2, 2011 at 1:19 pm

    Snowberry Lane, Canal Winchester, Ohio, began with a few “Light It UP Blue” participants this year. Next year’s goal is the entire street, maybe the subdivision and most of all, we want all the businesses in CW to Light It Up Blue! Our grandson is 15 and has autism and Fragile X. His home and his uncle’s home also have blue lights! Columbus, OH an surrounding communities have many participants. Our local Home Depot stores sold out of Light It Up Blue bulbs the first day on the market. They now have blue party bulbs available. NBC4’s Jerod Smalley anounced Light It Up Blue and showed the emblem several times.

  19. April 2, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    Thank you so much for doing this! It is such a wonderful idea and I love seeing all the pictures. Our middle child is 6 and is on the spectrum so this means a lot to us. We have tweeted it and wrote a blog post about it. The more people we can bring awareness to, the better. Thanks again!

    The Green Family

  20. HeatherY
    April 2, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    For anyone that knows someone that has autism please be sure to pass along this information. My 14 yr old son has a diagnoses of a form of Autism (AD/HD, ODD, Aspergers, & mood disorder). I’ve prayed, and prayed, and prayed for answers. Recently, a Brain Balance Center, has been opened in my local area. One of the mom’s reached the center’s director and he lectured at our mom’s support group here in Michigan. I believe this was the answer that God gave me. I started my son in the program almost immediately. There are also other kids from our mom’s group that are now enrolled as well. I am already starting to see improvements in my son. He never used to be able to look at people when having a conversation. Now when we speak to each other, he actually looks at my face, into my eyes. I would highly recommend that you read the book, DISCONNECTED KIDS by Dr. Robert Melillo, and come to your own conclusion. This book has a lot of useful information. It explains Dr. Melillo’s background and studies. This book explains FDS (Function Disconnection Syndrome – where one side of the brains has developed more than the other side and this is where the autism symptoms come from.) It tells you all about the program, provides you with assessments and exercises to perform on your own for those who can’t afford the program. Is was such a good book loaded with information that I could relate to that I just couldn’t stop reading it. We’re only 3 weeks into the program so I am not yet a success story for the program, but they can provide you a list of people who can attest to the program and there are several testimonials in the book. I know that a gentleman that had AD/HD went through the program years ago and now has his own center in Atlanta, GA. A lot of these people that run these centers, had autism in their lives, went through the program, and now want to help other families. I truly believe in what this program is about. There is now a new book coming out by Dr. Melillo, that I can’t wait to get my hands on either, RECONNECTED KIDS.

    Yes, this program does have it’s costs, but you would put braces on your child if they needed them, right? Then why wouldn’t you do this to balance their brain (get the weaker side working more efficiently). My understanding is that Brain Balance does not currently advertise so that they may keep costs at a minimum. We know that if they pay big bucks to advertise, it then, in turn, comes out of our pockets. They are currently relying on the parents of the children that have gone through the program and can testify that it really does work. This is NOT a fake advertisement. Being an experienced parent of an AD/HD child, I just want to spread the word to others in the same situation about this wonderful program. I believe in this so much and want to see more help for these kids. I also believe that this is going to be a whole new beginning for our family as we start to see more results. I hope this information reaches many families. God Bless!

  21. April 2, 2011 at 5:31 pm

    Each RWAF Committee member will burn a blue light bulb on their porches and/or decks on Saturday, April 2 for World Autism Day in honor of Ryan Woods and all the children like him.

    Monday, April 4th RWAF will represent at the April is Autism Awareness Month at the legislative building and Capitol starting with breakfast at 10:00 a.m. and speakers at 11:00 a.m.

    Sunday, April 10th will be Autism Awarness Sunday at Cross Street A.M.E. Zion Church, 440 West Street, Middletown, CT. RWAF will present to raise the awareness and share informational articles at a table in the lobby of the church for each congregant to take home. We will make available blue ribbons on that same Sunday for everyone to wear.

    Saturday, April 23rd will be Bowling for Autism at Bowl-a-Rama, Berlin Turnpike, Newington, CT and you may rsvp at rwaf@comcast.net or our Face Book page. We are expecting the largest crowd ever!

    Please visit our website at http://www.ryanwoodsautismfoundation.org to learn of our Parent Support Groups every third Saturday and other upcoming events but most of all to learn more about autism!

  22. Dylan's Mom
    April 2, 2011 at 8:56 pm

    We are lighting it up blue for our son Dylan and for children everywhere who have autism.

  23. C. Gillespie
    April 3, 2011 at 12:45 am

    My son Greg is 16. He has Asperger’s Syndrome and ADHD. As a mother, I knew there was something unique about my son before he was 2. First I had to educate myself on his condition and on how to be a better mother for him. My goal is to help him achieve to his highest potential. I call him my little professor. His counselor at school says Greg is a math savant. Greg has every day this month circled in blue marker on his calendar. Together my husband and I have handed out blue lights to our friends and neighbors. Our block is blue tonight. Next year, the entire neighborhood!

  24. April 3, 2011 at 4:16 am

    In Nigeria, we all went to the polls to cast votes for National Assembly elections on April 2nd. However, we hope to commemorate WAAD on April 23rd at the LagosWalk4Autism 2011! Thanks to everyone around the globe who lit the world blue for autism! Our motto is lighting the way for hope and help and we are excited! God bless you all.

  25. kelly Bain-Borjas
    April 3, 2011 at 9:59 am

    We celebrated light up blue ..My son Tyler 16yrs ..diagnosed with autism @3yrs..He started his first job 4/2/11…….remember there is always HOPE……XOXO

  26. April 3, 2011 at 1:33 pm

    Ryan Woods Autism Foundation :Each RWAF Committee member will burn a blue light bulb on their porches and/or decks on Saturday, April 2 for World Autism Day in honor of Ryan Woods and all the children like him.
    Monday, April 4th RWAF will represent at the April is Autism Awareness Month at the legislative building and Capitol starting with breakfast at 10:00 a.m. and speakers at 11:00 a.m.
    Sunday, April 10th will be Autism Awareness Sunday at Cross Street A.M.E. Zion Church, 440 West Street, Middletown, CT. RWAF will present to raise the awareness and share informational articles at a table in the lobby of the church for each congregant to take home. We will make available blue ribbons on that same Sunday for everyone to wear.

    Every third Saturday of the month we hold Parent Support Group meetings at 33 Pleasant Street, Middletown, CT (Mason’s Lodge). Please enter driveway from Crescent Street and park in the rear, walk around to the front door of the lodge. We will be waiting for you. We start at 12:00 noon and end at 2:00 p.m. We all feel like family members, telling our stories and absorbing new ways to help our children/adults. Please stop by!

    Saturday, April 23rd will be Bowling for Autism at Bowl-a-Rama, Berlin Turnpike, Newington, CT and you may rsvp at rwaf@comcast.net or our Face Book page. We are expecting the largest crowd ever!
    Please visit our website at http://www.ryanwoodsautismfoundation.org to learn of our Parent Support Groups every third Saturday and other upcoming events but most of all to learn more about autism!

  27. Vince & Gigi
    April 3, 2011 at 1:59 pm

    Thanks so much to the world autism community for “Lighting it up Blue” for Autism Awareness Day. Our son Brandon is 16 and was diagnosed with Autism at 4yrs. We purchased Light It Up Blue lightbulbs from Home Depot for the houses on our street and were brought to tears to see 100% participation from our neighbors on April 1st and 2nd. We delivered flyers with a picture of Brandon thanking his friends and neighbors for their support. While our only son is non-verbal and will liklely never live independently, we remain vigilant in the fight for his self-respect and dignity and ever hopeful for his full recovery.

    • Jamie
      April 11, 2011 at 2:15 pm

      Reading that just made me cry. My Son Lorenzo is 4yo and was diagnosed with PDD-NOS at 2yo. After 3 years of Therapy and Easter Seals Autism School Lorenzo finally started to say a couple of words. I see and Feel Lorenzo’s love every day. And I know that one day they will Cure Autism so that Brandon, Lorenzo, and every other child and person living with Autism can live together with the rest of us. In the mean time. I belive they were sent to us with this disorder to teach us how to love more deeply. And how to appreciate the small things in life. Like hearing lorenzo say “love you” after 4 years of telling him that. Our son’s will be ok one day! Our lights shine Blue also!

  28. GNM
    April 3, 2011 at 6:11 pm
  29. ZOU xiaobing
    April 4, 2011 at 6:53 am

    Guangzhou tower, the tallest tower in China( the second tallest tower in the world), is lighting up blue on April 2.
    you can see the pictures here:

  30. Lisa Brown
    April 4, 2011 at 12:12 pm

    This is how we celebrated :) My son Hunter was diagnosed at 3 with Autism, now he is 10 and sharing his voice to spread Autism Awareness. Here is the video taken on April 2, 2011 for World Autism Day! He was singing for an amazing Autism foundation! Hope you enjoy everyone and never ever give up hope! xo

  31. Lori
    April 4, 2011 at 2:56 pm

    Two of my three children have been diganosed with Autism. My 7 year old daughter just received the diganosis of PDD-NOS in March 2011 and my 5 year old son was diagnosed @ age 2, in 2007. We put up a blue light on our porch and both kids love watching it come on at night. We have even had a couple of our neighbors ask about it. On April 1 and 2 our entire family wore blue. What a wonderful thing these companies/communities are doing to show their support of people affected by Autism

  32. Patricia C.
    April 4, 2011 at 8:19 pm

    Hi does anyone know what happened with the withe house was it blue ????

    April 5, 2011 at 6:25 pm

    We have been living with autism for 16 years. Thanks you Bob and Suzanne. What you two have been able to accomplish is astounding, gives me the chills, brings tears to my eyes and gives me such hope for my sons future. Thank you all for lighting up blue.

  34. ASPANA
    April 7, 2011 at 2:50 pm

    Hi we are a center of therapies in Mexico for kids with autism and we celebrated by making a manifestation walking downtown.
    May I ask, why the color blue? Anybody knows?

    • Nicole
      April 7, 2011 at 4:21 pm

      Aspana, I am not sure why but I’m seeing a common thread in a lot of things with blue for Autism. I’m thinking it might be the first color a child says or possibly recognizes. My child just recently labeled the color blue vs. selecting the color blue. I always pushed pink and purple and would prompt her on those girly colors, but she told me and her therapist what color she liked by randomly seeing different pictures and pointed to the blue one and said blue without prompting. I used to not like blue but now I’m in love with blue :) I will never forget her favorite color.

    • Angela
      April 11, 2011 at 7:19 pm

      Blue is a cooling color that are easier for kiddos with ASD to handle with their sensory issues. Some ASD kiddos have a hard time with white flurescent lights, so blue give a calming effect.

  35. Renee
    April 7, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    I am amazed at the number of children effected by this. 2 weeks ago a little member of our community, Jackson Kastner drowned in our River. His mother was a single mother of 3 and only turned her back for 3 min. to attend to another child. She thought he was hiding as he usually did a a play set. Our community has come together with the help of a local band called Armed and Dangerous to put on a benefit for his family, as his mother didn’t have any insurance. It is always a sad thing to lose a child and I can’t even imagine her pain. If anyone in this community would like to donate for the raffles, auction or just monetary please email me. Thanks to the Detroit Red Wings and MANY local businesses I think we can help.

  36. April 8, 2011 at 1:47 pm

    My son Justin is living proof that success stories are possible. See video on youtube for Justin Cockrell ALAG.

    Sincerely Proud Dad.

  37. Jeannie Heaps
    April 8, 2011 at 4:59 pm

    my son Bowdy just found out he is Autistic

  38. Bill Caras
    April 9, 2011 at 2:09 am

    I have a beautiful 21 year old daughter with autism. She was diagnosed at 3 yrs. old, 18 years ago. It brings a tear to my eye to see the support and awareness that is out there now. We have come a long way in 18 years, these are great kids.

  39. Loiri
    April 9, 2011 at 11:13 am

    I think it´s so great that colombian government and institutions are participating in the Light It Up Blue initiative. There is very little wareness of autism in Colombia and children with autism have no support from schools or health institutions, there are no government policies about it either. I have a 16 year old brother with autism who was diagnosed when he was 2 years old and it has been a struggle for our family ever since. We lit up blue on april 1 and 2 to raise awareness in our town.

  40. April 11, 2011 at 12:52 pm


    Austin – Texas

    Autism parents in Austin go to this website and sign up. We need to work together as a community and help our kids ” Be Happy “. GH

  41. Julie Petitt
    April 12, 2011 at 7:52 pm

    Our son was diagnosed the same month and year tht Autism Speaks launched their website. If it weren’t for Autism Speaks I know my son wouldn’t be where he is today. It pointed us in reputable directions that helped us help our son. Now, a high honor student at age 14 we KNOW intervention changes lives. Suzanne Wright, you are a hero amongst this tight community! You help us – help our children and you help the world to accept our children as they are. We will shine a light every year now – as will more and more showing acceptance of our children. GO CHRISTIAN!

  42. Susan Helwig
    April 15, 2011 at 3:55 pm

    As an Asperger’s blessed adult not diagnosed until 2 yrs ago,I am lighting it up Blue all month long in honor of my brothers and sisters out there,along with their families. We are different, but not less! Vive le differance!

  43. disapienza@oh.rr.com
    May 1, 2011 at 7:33 pm

    Our son & our family have been struggling with his disability. And finally something positive!!!!!! HE, (son) has been calling Mayor (KC) ZUBER to light up CITY HALL. WE LOOKED IN JOY YES!!!! KC LIT IT UP!!! BREAKING NEWS!!!! LINK BELOW.

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