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Lesson Autism

How to join?

If you are an educational or therapeutic institution, join the celebration of Poland in Blue! This year the campaign's slogan is "Autism. Change my story." Let's start education from the youngest. With knowledge and awareness, together we can build understanding and acceptance of people with autism.

Lesson Autism

Especially for you, we have prepared two lesson plans aimed at students of different ages. Plan a lesson in the week leading up to April 2 and show your support for people with autism.

Download the prepared materials.

Share photos from Lessons in Autism

All establishments that get involved in the Autism Lesson can share their photo report. Please send your photos to and we will create a unique gallery out of them! Show that you are with us!


Join the action

Parent, you too can get involved! Poland on Blue is a social campaign aimed at making as many people as possible aware of what autism is. By speaking out about autism, we increase awareness, as well as tolerance among the public. Let as many people as possible in your city learn about the campaign!

  1. Print a letter (downloadable below) encouraging companies and institutions to participate in the Poland Blue campaign by lighting their buildings blue on April 2, which is International Autism Awareness Day.
    • Send a letter or bring it to a company or institution of your choice. If it expresses its willingness to join the action (which we fervently believe!) let it light up its building in blue on April 2.
    • On the day of the final day of the Polska Na Niebiesko campaign, which is April 2, publish a social media post with photos of blue-lit buildings with the hashtag #PolskaNaNiebiesko
  2. You can also print the poster (downloadable below). Leave it at your school, therapeutic facility or preschool.

Engage your educational institution

Many children and parents do not know exactly what the autism spectrum is. Ignorance breeds intolerance and lack of understanding. That's why we have prepared an Autism Lesson and scenarios for schools and kindergartens, so they can celebrate World Autism Awareness Day with us. Tell your teachers and therapists about Poland On Blue!


Download the report

How do autistic people and their families function in public spaces? According to the JiM report "Accessibility of public space for people with autism," there are so few places adapted to the needs of people with autism. There are so few people who show understanding for difference.

More information can be found in the report.

You can help too As few as 1 in 100 children have autism. Change their lives for the better. I'm helping