Collection: Faces of Felicity

As a mother of a child on the Autistic Spectrum, I am acutely aware of the difficulty those on the spectrum have in recognizing, understanding, interpreting and responding to others emotions. Neurotypicals take it for granted that we can tell how someone is feeling by their facial expressions and body language, not so for the neuro-diverse.

My hope is that parents, individuals, carers and friends of those on the Autism Spectrum, and neurodiversity space in general, will be having a coffee from a Felicity mug, looking at a Felicity picture, laying in bed with Felicity linen and know that someone, somewhere will be doing the same and saying "I See You" - with great empathy and understanding for the challenges and journeys travelled.