To those who don’t know I’m Chyna a 23 year old mom to my son, Major Artis. Major is literally one of the most amazing, energetic, funny, joyful, jumpy, sassy, sometimes stinky, some days a singer, other days a professional swimmer, and very much a bossy non verbal Autistic 4 year old. I’m usually very protective and private about my son but this year I going to open up and spread awareness to more young mothers, family and friends on autism. Im doing this for us!!! The ones who feel my daily struggle, for the ones who help us on our journey. This is for ALL diagnosed with autism from the babies to the adults! Autism is something you won’t understand unless you live with it or around it. This is something they don’t prepare us for. We don’t speak on or learn about autism before our bundles of joy arrive. I’ve never heard about autism until Major was about 18 months and wasn’t meeting common milestones. My main goal is to help educate this generation on the basics of Autism. Be a voice for other young moms and families who don’t understand, who can’t explain or even feeling alone. We are not alone! There plenty of people out there who will help you and who understand you just have to find them, some will find you!!! We need to normalize everybody is NOT normal. What is normal! Teach our kids and ourself love, patience, and understanding because there are thousands and millions of people who need just it a little more. This organization is too help fund research and programs for our love ones with autism. Still to this day they can not tell us exactly why, what, and where this traits comes from and how to prevent it or what is the actual cause. But you learn to accept it! But listen here we gonna help them figure it out by donating and walking for a great cost because our kids- kids need to be prepared and aware of Autism. Thank you everyone who walks, who donates, who educates their self, and those who are just decent human beings. #autismawareness #iLOVEsomeonewithautism #MajorsMommy
In addition to coming together in person to help create a world where all people with autism can reach their full potential, each Walk will retain the fun, remote-participation options introduced last year. Your safety is our priority — and no matter how you choose to participate, your support will be recognized and celebrated. Our community is stronger together, and we can't wait to celebrate one another and the amazing impact we are making together for people with autism and their families. Whether near or far, let's rally together on Walk day!
Northern New Jersey Walk