See the able not the label autism awareness month shirt, long sleeve
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Category: Autism awareness
My son has autism, and the current program is perfect for him. We are waiting our turn, just not in a line. If someone is that severe, are they even able to enjoy themselves anyway? See the able not the label autism awareness month. I know really. I am high on the spectrum and love Disney. Last time I went i was 12. And there are other options besides the parks for people who are that severe.
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We went last summer. My son is on the severe side of autism and he did great! They were very accommodating. There were some things we couldn’t do but we made it work for him. He cant wait to go back! Literally everyone had to endure the long lines. See the able not the label autism awareness month. I don’t know why these people think forcing Disney into giving them special privilages is going to change anything other than make families with autistic kids look like they are taking advantage of those kids rather than helping them.
Because of how awesome they are with my son is the reason we have an AP. They have a quite rooms and DAS pass because you know our Kids only have a limited time in the park. The go beyond what is needed thank you Disney for the best family memories. Let’s also remember that sesame place is a theme park that is now CERTIFIED as autism friendly. I would that point alone would rankle with the great higher ups at Disney. They love to be the best and tops at everything. If one park can do it they All can. Disney. Universal. All of them.
Be strong and take it!
Next up in court number 3, people who do not like sitting on windy beaches where sand blows up in their face sue beaches who do not have 100m high windbreaks. Funny shirt. This is sad…part of having a family member with a handicap of any kind means learning what your family member can and cannot do then accepting that. Expecting the world, especially something as emotionally driven with experiences that include all kinda of lighting, sound effects that play to every portion of a person like Disney to stop their business to accommodate is unfair in every way. I have a handicapped brother. Couldn’t expect them to tear down their whole theme park for him. We took him and he did the things he could, multiple times! He had a great time. Have an autistic grandson.
He can’t tolerate all that stimuli of crowds, sounds, sights, bright colors, etc. We take him to events where he can succeed and enjoy himself, and he does….reality is difficult sometimes, but the best outcomes happen when YOU learn to enjoy what your family member CAN DO and be grateful for those moments!
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