Autism and mental health advocate Louis Scarantino announces plans to launch website as he expands reach to more people around the world
Louis Scarantino takes his autism advocacy and mental health awareness to another level by recently announcing his plans to launch a new website. The aim is to reach as many people as possible and help them understand the subject of autism and how to help patients. In a related development, Louis Scarantino is currently working towards becoming a Certified Motivational Speaker, a move that will help him address the concerns of more people of all age groups and empower patients to push the boundaries.
“Autism doesn’t stop me from doing whatever my heart desires. Autism doesn’t own me, I own it“said Louis Scarantino. “I think more people with autism should share their stories if they haven’t already. Different voices and different experiences help. More non-profit organizations with autism should be founded. More walks with autism should be organized. Greater media attention on autism should be considered. More people with autism should be able to talk about it.”
According to a report by the World Health Organization (WHO), one in 100 children worldwide has autism. Worrying statistics remain a major concern for millions of people in different parts of the world and a recent report by Allied Market Research that the global mental health market is expected to grow from $383.31 billion in 2020 to $537.97 billion by 2030 further justifies the need for more attention to autism and related conditions. Although a good number of measures and resources have been put in place to address autism and mental health, there is still a lot to be done in this regard, which explains the dynamism of Louis and his decision to launch a new website.
Louis Scarantino earned a motivational speaker certification and completed IAP Career College and joined the IAPO for Motivational Speakers. He is also a renowned Autism/Mad Fitness author, blogger, vlogger and poet with some of his books including Finding Love on the Spectrum: An ASD Guide to Dating and Autism: the invincible director.