World Autism Day: fun for kids and information for parents at the main event in front of the Teatro Colón. The traditional event "Let's Talk about Autism" took place this Tuesday in Vatican Square.

It was the closing of the Blue Week in which more than 1,000 volunteers throughout the country generated more than 600 activities to talk about this condition. “Year after year visibility improves, but it is lacking. You realize a lot of things every day. Today we know that 1 in 36 children has autism. That number is growing year after year. So, there always has to be more visibility,” Celeste, member of TGD Padres TEA Grupo Promotor said.