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6 Entrepreneurs with Down Syndrome You Can Support This Holiday Season (and All Year)
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The National Down Syndrome Congress estimates that one in every 700 U.S. children is born with this chromosomal genetic condition that can affect both ...

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Sensory Lights for Autism and ADHD: A Guide
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Sensory lights are becoming more popular in sensory rooms and classrooms across the world. But what are they? And what benefits do they offer adults and ...

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27 Horror and Halloween Chronic Illness Gifts for Spooky Spoonies
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Ahh, autumn, the season of change, and my favorite holiday -- Halloween! For one night, the veil between this world and the next is thin, and ghosts and ghouls ...

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Sensory Chairs for Active Seating with Autism and ADHD: A Guide
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Sensory chairs can help children and adults with autism, ADHD, anxiety, and/or sensory processing disorder to focus at work and school. For neurodivergent ...

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Sensory Swings for Kids and Adults with Autism or ADHD: A Guide
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Sensory swings are important tools to help children and adults with conditions such as autism and ADHD self-regulate and live their best lives. As an autistic ...

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16 Board Games Blind People and Those with Low Vision Can Play
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Board games and card games are loved by people of all ages and social backgrounds and there is a good reason for that -- they are great tools for learning, ...

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20 Fidget Blankets for Autism, ADHD, Alzheimer’s, and Sensory Needs
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Do you or a loved one struggle with restless hands and a need for tactile sensory input? If so, fidget blankets may be for you.   What are ...

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23 Children’s Books About Disabilities That Are Educational and Fun
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Children's books about disabilities and differences used to be rare, but are becoming more popular. Kids need to learn about all kinds of diversity so they can ...

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Body Positivity Art – Artists Who Celebrate Diverse Bodies
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Body positivity art celebrates all bodies, challenging society's beauty standards. From Venus of Willendorf to the paintings of Peter Paul Rubens, curvy bodies ...

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Autism T-Shirts and Clothing – Neurodiversity Acceptance and Pride
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I wear my autism t-shirts a lot because I want to fight stereotypes and celebrate the beauty of neurodiversity. Autism awareness t-shirts can start ...

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Autism Acceptance Pins, Stickers, & Accessories – Celebrate Neurodiversity
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These autism pins, buttons, and stickers celebrate neurodiversity, advocate for autism acceptance, and empower actually autistic people. The autistic ...

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13 Chronic Illness Pins, Stickers, & Patches Spoonies Will Love
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Chronic illness pins, stickers, and patches are a way to let the world know where you stand -- without having to take a stand. 'Cause ya know, sometimes we ...

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