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Butterfly Brooch Pins for Autism Awareness

Butterfly, commonly used as an autism representative within the Autism community. I am not certain of the original significance, but my depiction of the relation extends to a multitude of significance.

A common saying, ‘When you meet one person on the (autism) spectrum, you meet ONE person on the spectrum.’. Each person on the spectrum is unique, the traits may be shared, but the gravity of each trait varies. There is no rushing and hurrying a person with autism to progress and grow like the neurotypical counterparts; like a butterfly, there is no rushing of the caterpillar to turn into the butterfly you want. It takes as long as it needs, and if you allowed it, it will turn into a beautiful butterfly. It may not be the ‘standard’ butterfly that you expected, but if you take a step back, you will come to appreciate the beauty of it, despite the difference.

Charity for Autism and Asperger’s Awareness

About Autism Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a developmental disorder that causes impairments in communication, socialization, and restricted/repetitive interests or behaviors. People with autism have a difficult time understanding social cues and using social behaviors, and they have difficulty communicating using words or non-verbal behaviors. They also may have repetitive body movements, like…

Crochet Scrunchie Pre-Launch Giveaways!

We don’t run giveaway promotion very much, so grab it when we do. We are adding a new product to our inventory soon – as soon as the supplies arrive, and we are running a pre-launch giveaways! It’s simple really.. 1. Pre-requisite – You MUST have Facebook account. 2. Share saplanet originals Facebook page on your timeline PUBLICLY. 3.…

Story about Ben & Sophie – True Love Story!

“Ben & Sophie, Hide & Seek” is a short story inspired by true love story between two people on the Autism Spectrum – Asperger’s Syndrome.

Falling in love is an intense process for anyone, more so for people on the spectrum. Aside from not being able to pick up the subtle social cues, people on the spectrum are poorly skilled, if any at all, to express themselves accurately.

Although a brief introduction, I attempt to illustrate the wide spectrum of emotions such as uncertainties, affections, fears, love, sorrow, helplessness, support, courage etc.

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