Learn The Love Spectrum
Technology can help children with autism express their love by supporting them in fostering closer connections with their family, and discovering new ways to express themselves. The Love Spectrum shows the many ways they can share their love. Sometimes it’s as simple as dancing with a sibling, or giggling at a selfie. Each family is unique, but they all share something in common: boundless love.
To help more families share their love through technology, Samsung, in partnership with Autism Speaks Canada, is donating 500 tablets with The Look At Me app.
A 13-year-old with a big personality and astounding energy. When he’s not swimming Tyler loves to share quiet moments painting with his brother Howie and sneaks in quick kisses for Mom when they’re bonding over baking.
When she’s not playing games on her tablet this 9-year-old loves spending time at the park with her mom and dad. There’s nothing as sweet as the smile that spreads across her face when Dad spins her through the air – the simplest moments often mean the most.
At 12 years old, CJ has more followers on YouTube than most, a yellow belt in karate, and plays the piano beautifully – his love really shines when he’s taking silly selfies with his mom or entertaining her with his killer dance moves.
He might just be the happiest 4-year-old in the world. Whether he’s chasing bubbles, dancing to music on his tablet, or practising the alphabet it’s easy to feel his love when he’s spending quality time with his big sister Taia.
With her sisters and cousins at her side, this 12-year-old’s kind nature brings them all together for moments of pure love. She’s positively radiant when she’s showing them new crafts, giggling with them on the trampoline or making yummy treats to share!
If you are a family living with autism you can apply to be a recipient of a Samsung tablet, preloaded with the Look At Me app.*
*From October 3 – November 3, 2017. Some conditions apply. Click Apply Now for more details.