April is Autism Awareness month, along with some other notable causes, and as long-time supporters of Autism awareness and research, we are offering a limited-time discount of 20% off all of our products to help people share their message. Whether it’s Autism awareness-related or not, we’re sharpening the proverbial pencil to help you take your cause further. Just use the promo code AAM20 at checkout. If you didn’t already know, our high-quality wristbands are completely customizable and are great for groups or individual use.
Take our band builder for a spin and see what kind of wristband, keychain, or Tyvek bracelet you can create! Hurry! This promotion ends 4/16. Happy creating!
Autism Awareness Month isn’t until April, but we were too excited about this new wristband design to wait until spring! Check it out: our new unique bracelet has a molded silicone puzzle pattern and a space for custom text or artwork, which makes it perfect for an autism awareness band.
The band is made from royal blue silicone with red, light blue, yellow, and royal blue silicone puzzle pieces and is available in small, medium, or large. The royal blue section can be debossed with your phrase, logo, or art.
Our puzzle bands are not just for autism awareness, however. They can also be used for school wristbands, personal custom bracelets, or children’s wristbands.
You can also check out some of our predesigned sample puzzle and autism bands:
An estimated one in every 68 children in America has autism. April is Autism Awareness Month, and here’s how you can get involved:
Participate in local events or activities that raise awareness and money for autism research or support families or individuals with autism.
Support initiatives to make your community an autism-friendlier place.
Showing your support for people with autism is another way to get involved. The puzzle is the most common symbol to represent autism awareness. You can also customize your own bracelet or view autism and other awareness bracelets.
April 2 is Autism Awareness Day and the entire month of April is Autism Awareness Month. A variety of activities, fundraisers, and other outreach efforts are used to commemorate and spread awareness for autism.
Whether you’re fundraising, hosting an event, or just want to show some support, custom awareness bracelets can help with that. Here’s a story about how wristbands were used to raise funds for the Autism Center of Pittsburgh.
Here’s some input from someone who ordered Reminderbands to build autism awareness:
“We wanted to show off our Support to our son who has Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder. We got exactly what we wanted printed on it, and what colors we wanted. I will order again!!!”
Terri from Bloomington, IL