hello everyone so its week one for my Four week #nailsforworldautismawareness18 challenge so our first theme was Rainbows and omg the girls have amazed me with thier rainbow nails 😍😍😍😍
List Of everyone thats taken part will be in the comments
Thank u everyone thats taken part this round
thank u @katiesdazzlingdigits for collab picture 😍😍 and @creatively_danielle for ur help 😘😘😘
so u might wonder why i picked rainbows for the first challenge
so heres some info on rainbows and autism
We say that autism is a spectrum condition because there’s a huge amount of diversity among people who are autistic, so it’s more helpful to consider autism as a wide range of different experiences rather than taking a single one-size-fits-all approach.
Instead of imagining the autistic spectrum like a scale, think of it like a spectrum of colours. All the colours are on the spectrum, regardless of where they appear in the rainbow, but they can look very different to each other.
Some colours go well together, while others clash. Some colours blend in, while others stand out.
Which colours are most visible depends on the observer and the lighting conditions.
Now we’re talking about colours, perhaps your mental image of the autistic spectrum looks like the spectrum of visible colours, but maybe, rather than labels like ‘Red’, ‘Yellow’ etc, perhaps you’ve labelled them with diagnostic terms like ‘Asperger Syndrome’, ‘Kanner Autism’, ‘High Functioning Autism’ etc.
But the other important thing to remember is that there isn’t any one factor in autism – it’s not a single trait of ‘autisticness’ but a collection of different traits that affect different people in different ways.
Autism is a spectrum,
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