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Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is the fastest growing developmental disability in the US, affecting over 3 million individuals & tens of millions worldwide. As a “spectrum disorder” it has a range of symptoms and levels of severity. It’s characterized by difficulties in social interaction, communication, repetitive behaviors. sensory issues, motor coordination and physical issues. Studies also suggest that individuals with ASD are more likely to be bullied and to suffer from depression & anxiety. We want to change that by helping to promote awareness, understanding and inclusion. Our good friend JT was diagnosed at age 3 with severe Autism symptoms. Today he’s an active pre-teen who loves BMX. Through that interest, he’s met a group of supportive people and friends who share the same passion. We want the same sense of community and belonging for every person with Autism. We agree with JT that, “People with Autism can do amazing things.”A rainbow infinity symbol represents the diversity of the autism spectrum as well as the greater neurodiversity movement. We’ve chosen to use a white symbol because white includes every color of the spectrum. The infinity symbol stands for the endless ways this disorder can affect individuals

The Autism Link Bracelet – $5.00

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The Autism Link Charm – $5.00

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