Autism Acceptance

Each piece in our collection is a tangible expression of advocacy, a way to wear your support for autism acceptance proudly.

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WeBearish is dedicated to promoting understanding and acceptance of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

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Sensory Assistance

Sensory issues manifest in manyforms and affect all people differently. For this reason, it is especially important to emphasize the spectrum of experiences one with sensory issues may face on a daily basis.

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WEBEARISH IS A 501(C)(3) NON-PROFIT #AUTISMACCEPTANCE

WeBearish is a distinguished 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Autism Acceptance and fostering a deeper understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). As a neurodevelopmental disorder, ASD encompasses a range of conditions that impact social interaction, communication, and behavior. The term "spectrum" is employed to represent the diverse nature of symptoms and the varying degrees of severity that individuals with ASD may experience. Autism Spectrum Disorder is a multifaceted condition that has yet to be fully understood. Our organization is committed to raising autism acceptance and advocating for the rights of autistic children. At WeBearish, we believe that fostering an environment of acceptance and understanding is crucial for individuals with ASD and their families. Through our various initiatives and programs, we strive to create a more inclusive society that acknowledges and embraces the unique strengths and challenges of autistic children. By working in tandem with a diverse network of partners, supporters, and stakeholders, we aim to empower autistic children to be their full potential. Your support is invaluable in helping us achieve our mission and further our efforts to promote autism acceptance. By joining forces with WeBearish, you become an integral part of a growing community that is dedicated to fostering understanding and inclusivity for autistic children. Together, we can make a lasting and meaningful difference in the lives of those with ASD and their loved ones.

WeBearish's Mission

Our mission is to promote lifelong commitment to autism acceptance by opening a daycare, organizing in-person events, hosting parent support groups, and providing resources to child-friendly businesses through community meetups. It's rare to see the mention of autism at local play centers or in other public spaces, if ever mentioned at all. We are determined to change that. Through our efforts, we aim to have a daycare, host a cafe and create inclusive spaces for autistic children.

In line with this mission, WeBearish is excited to announce our plans to hopefully open it's first dedicated facility in Las Vegas by Spring of 2025. This building will feature daycare for autistic children and play areas fostering an environment of acceptance. Events will cater to the needs of any autistic child who visits the facility, while also keeping their parents' time spent at the business in mind.

At WeBearish, we understand that autistic children may express themselves differently, and we embrace that – it's perfectly okay to stand on our tables and express yourself as an individual.

Autism acceptance is essential for several reasons: it fosters advocacy and support; it increases understanding and compassion towards autistic individuals; and it drives research into the causes of autism and the development of more effective interventions for those on the autism spectrum.

By being the change we wish to see in the world, we believe that we can make a significant impact in this space.

Follow our journey towards a more inclusive society for all. We are hopeful.

We are WeBearish.

Autism Acceptance Gear

Welcome to WeBearish, where you can wear your support for autism acceptance on your sleeve – or your head, or even your blanket. Our range of stylish shirts, hats, shorts, blankets, etc. are designed to do more than just meet your fashion needs. They're a statement of a more inclusive world. Each piece in our collection is a tangible expression of advocacy, a way to wear your support for autism acceptance proudly.

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