Set Of 3 Badges To Celebrate Autism

D is for Dyslexia

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    • Order placed
    • 22nd July
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    • 26th July
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    • 30th - 31st July
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A set of 3 badges to celebrate autism...

A set of 3 badges to celebrate autism
Choose from the selection shown.
I am autistic
I don’t like loud noises
I don’t like eye contact
I am non-speaking
Please don’t hug me
I’m wired differently
Beautifully Neurodivergent
Neurodivergence is not a choice
I am neurodivergent friendly

My products are designed to celebrate autism and other neurodiversities; I am hoping the badges and pencils will initiate positive conversation about neurodivergence with the aim of raising self esteem and awareness for neurodivergent people.

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3cm diameter metal badges

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Dyslexic George neurodiverse child

D is for Dyslexia

Shepherdswell, kent

Hi I’m George. I am a twelve year old boy; I am also: kind, thoughtful, funny, creative, sensitive, smart, DYSLEXIC. I have ADHD too, but I don’t want my neurodiversities to define me. Neurodivergence is not a choice, but an acceptance of it is. Through my products I am hoping to initiate positive conversation around neurodivergence, with the aim of raising self esteem and awareness for the neurodivergent community. Let’s celebrate the minds of ALL kinds.