Unicorn It’s Ok to be different Autism Awareness shirt

Unicorn It’s Ok to be different Autism Awareness shirt, hoodie, sweater and long sleeve

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I would luv people to to know that just because my son looks like a typical 4yr old doesn’t mean he is , just because his disability isn’t visual doesn’t mean its not there. Please have compassion and understanding, don’t judge what you don’t understand, our lifes hard enough we don’t need ur judgements as well.  I have never seen autism explained such a simple and beautiful way to other children or even to adults. I wish some classroom teachers would use this if they have a child with autism in their classroom

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This should be shown in primary schools the earlier you teach the kids how to understand autism then there will be more of an understanding. So wonderful! Thank you to the creators for helping to explain autism in a respectful and compassionate way!  This should be shown to every parent and child so that more people understand Autism. This video is terrific and should form part of every schools curriculum. A brilliantly done piece. Well explained. This should be available to download to show to others.  Thank you very much for sharing your experience. It is always helpful see how others manage with their personal challenges

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Well a tantrum will stop the moment they get whatthey want.. a Meltdown has little to do with a want it has to do with an over simulation for the most part anyways. And the inoblity to communicate what they are trying to convey. My son is always trying to get something and manipulate!! It’s really frustrating and it’s on a daily basis, he is always wanting something. new games, go out to eat and he will say there isn’t anything here when there is, and he will say he doesn’t like that food anymore. I don’t give into him, but it’s constant and daily. I hope he can learn that he can’t do this, I think as smart as he is he can function and work when he is older. He is 11 now and will be 12 this fall.

Unicorn It’s Ok to be different Autism Awareness shirt, hoodie, sweater and long sleeve

Absolutely correct. My son gets so angry with me and has a meltdown when he tries to get me to copy what he’s saying (echolalia). Ex. Tony: Stop screaming. Stop screaming. Stop screaming. Stop screaming. Mom: son no ones screaming at all but you. It is so many different things to every child, and adult! Imagine a child with blinders on who gets it into there head that something is supposed to be a certain way whether that be something that they want something they want to do something that they see something that they don’t see, whatever that is, they have become fixated on it so much that they cannot see clear to the end of it and instant obsession occurs. They may not be able to explain what it is they need so now they are stuck in a loop, or they want something and cannot understand why they can’t have it (logic rules- if it exists why can it not be mine) and will persist well past the point a non autism child would have stopped at long long ago with the first threat of loosing something like game time. As a matter of fact they will continue no matter what. Threatening does no good they will give up everything they own in existence to get what they are focused on and for that matter can be beaten to the ground bleeding from the head crawling on hands and knees half dead and still believe in what they need and ask for it again. I truly believe an autistic child in the middle of a meltdown will actually die in belief of their cause. Redirection is the only key.

Unicorn It’s Ok to be different Autism Awareness shirt

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My son got mad at me when he can’t getwhat he wants and when he need to do something he need to do but he doesn’t want to do. It’s a part of his therapy teach him how to do this and that sometimes its ok but sometimes its not and when he got angry with me he will kick me punch me and he keep saying I don’t love him anymore no heart go away go to volcano. He will run to our room and hide lock the door sometimes he is hiding in the cabinet. I’ve learned to pick up the subtle differences between meltdowns and tantrums. I’ve had enough of both myself so I should.  It is true, my son can go into a tantrum that turns into a meltdown. My mistake was giving into him and now he is learning that I’m not going to and he is having a hard time with that 

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