Using Symbols to show support - The Bee Charm

Using Symbols to show support

Using Symbols to show support


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The ADHD butterfly symbol grew out of a conversation on an ADHD facebook group I’m in, about what images and symbols people felt represented them and their ADHD. The butterfly resonated with many, symbolising how our minds often flit from one thing to the next. For more information on ADHD please click here

To see more of our Butterfly Charms click here

 Pink Butterfly Charm


The Autism Awareness Puzzle Ribbon is the most enduring and recognized symbol of the autism community in the world. Yet, views about the iconic marker are as diverse and wide-ranging as the spectrum it represents. For more information on Autism click here

To see our Autism Charm click here

 Puzzle Charm


The pink ribbon is an international symbol of breast cancer awareness. Pink ribbons, and the color pink in general, identify the wearer or promoter with the breast cancer brand and express moral support for women with breast cancer. For more information click here

To see our Never Walk Alone Charm click here

 Never Walk Alone Charm (Cancer Support)


Forget-me-nots are the official flower of the Alzheimer's Society, and they gently remind us to never forget those who have been lost to the disease. For me information click here

To see our Forget Me Not Charm click here

 Forget Me Not Charm (Alzheimer's)

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