EVERYONE FITS – Candy Floss Scent -Autism Awareness
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2 Jigsaw pieces
Candy Floss Scent
releases a sweet edible smelling accord with delicious Candy Floss notes blended with sweet sparkling florals and Vanilla
approx 25g each
This restock will highlight Sensory Processing Disorder. This is actually a stand alone disorder from Autism, but it has long been associated with autism.
Sensory Processing Disorder or SPD (originally called Sensory Integration Dysfunction) is a neurological disorder in which the sensory information that the individual perceives results in abnormal responses.
Sensory processing refers to the way the nervous system receives messages from the senses and turns them into responses. For those with Sensory Processing Disorder, sensory information goes into the brain but does not get organized into appropriate responses. Those with SPD perceive and/or respond to sensory information differently than most other people. Unlike people who have impaired sight or hearing, those with Sensory Processing Disorder do detect the sensory information; however, the sensory information gets “mixed up” in their brain and therefore the responses are inappropriate in the context in which they find themselves. (source spdstar.org check out this site for more information)
Autism is very misunderstood but also I find that most of us are unsure how to behave to treat someone with autism…me included….I have close friends that have autistic children and I have no clue how to behave around them which causes fear of making things worse, which then shuts you off from your friends when all you want to do is help….I want to learn more and understand more and then be able to hang with my friends more at their home with their kids without fearing how I should be acting around them. I feel like most people feel this way. This is why raising awareness is so important…I have learned a lot just from researching for this collection. I will continue to learn more and try to involve myself more with my friends when my illness allows kit to help them more….even the smallest of things can help. Autism has a wide spectrum, there are many layers….people with autism have been discriminated against for years and its now time to try to understand and see the beauty within autism….learn that no matter how different someone sees the world, we all are designed to connect, all we have to do is learn how the jigsaw works, then start connecting……everyone fits, we just need to figure it out, as not all jigsaws are easy…
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