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Yes my brother has Autism and I am glad some people are actually raising awareness to the young, so they can at least hear about it. And sad to say some people, even teachers sometimes mistreat an autistic child, such as yelling at them for playing with something during class. They can't help it and need to be stimulated, so thank you Webkinz members for reaising awareness.
I have a niece that has a genetic disorder that is so rare I can't mention it. The disorder causes major melt downs for reasons most can't guess but mom seems very tuned in. It's really sad when this happens in public because my sweet neice gets terrible looks and comments. Never in my life have I ever seen people be so rude to my sister in law who is a great mom. It's really sad to see because my niece is a wonderful little girl who is smart but different. For some reason mom doesn't want her to play webkinz but I will soon give her one any ways.
While my niece doesn't have autism she is different but aren't we all. Luckily I was taught from a small child that all people are equal and had friends with special needs. So I applaud all you who have family with special needs/ autism that are trying to raise awareness. It is making the world a place.
I hope we all remember to always treat people as we would like to be treated and that people who are different should be embraced and hot shunned. I pray that this message gets spread very far.
My dd also has tactile defensiveness and oral motor dysfunction. Join us on the Webkinz and special needs thread! You're not alone!
And here is our new pet named Autism Awareness. A Cloud Sheep who is SORT of blue, who also has the colors of the puzzle on her ears. I dedicate this to my sweetie who works harder than anyone I know and never gives up!
What a great name. Original, but attention getting.
No offense to those into autism awareness, but I would have to name my pet Apraxia Awareness. Autism is a huge issue (and rightfully so!), but apraxia needs attention - most people have never even heard of it.
This is a such a great, all-around idea, and will work well with many causes.
I'm already thinking towards November, which is month to a cause near and dear to my heart: prematurity awareness. I need to buy a purple pet and save its adoption for November. Too bad I don't have a deluxe account, the Purple Springtime Chick would be perfect!
God bless each and everyone of you that have a loved one with Autism.And thank you to all who named their pet in support of this disease.I hope some day no one will have to live with this illness .Everyone have a great day and God bless.:abn::bt::clyde::el1::goo::husky:
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