The message of Autism Pride Day is that those with autism are not sick, but rather unique. It recognizes that those with autism do not have a disease but instead have a particular set of traits. People who have autism disorder speak for themselves on this day and acknowledge how the condition has affected each of them differently. The online group Aspies for Freedom established the first Autistic Pride Day in 2005 after being inspired by LGBT pride activities (AFF). It is now noticed on a global scale. Numerous global gatherings are organized annually to foster communication among persons with autism and to show the general public that these individuals are special and should not be treated like other medical conditions. This card you can send to that special people.