Artist Gives Disney Princesses Disabilities And Disorders To Advocate An Important Message

Erin Smith an artist, inspirational speaker, a coach and advocates for mental health and disabilities. Artist’s Disney stories reflect her profession.

There are not many fan- made animations that raise consciousness for people with disabilities and disorders. Nevertheless, not each artist covers entire thing in his work. We have seen multiple changes in fan- made animations. As they are not similar but sometimes they are inspired by something and sometimes they are themed in fresh ways to build something perfectly new and entertaining.

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#1 Cinderella

‘Cinderella, her service dog is forced to take off her shoes and help her’. In this photo, Cinderella lives with fibromyalgia, which is a hidden condition and caused by stress.

#2 Snow White

This is Snow White, who has her service dog alerted to allergens in her food. (In this case, referring to her story, Apple) Fun facts too! Allergen alert dogs are legitimate service dogs and Peanuts, gluten, milk and many other things are common allergens that dogs use to help their handlers. Like any service dog, they are a breed. Some dogs with “cut” noses are still logic allergy alert dogs. That’s why I chose to draw Snow White with Pug. ”

#3 Tiana

‘Here is Tiana, beautiful and sometimes very elegant with autism’. We can see her service dog is not doing any work in this picture, but encouraging touch in the work of autistic people, hindering physical harm, limitation. Includes guidance and calming techniques during trauma events.

#4 Belle

Here is “Bailey with a general anxiety disorder. Her serving dog is displaying a blocking posture. Any breed can have a service dog, including pit bulls! Service dogs are also clear from breeding provision.

#5 Pocahontas

An amazing Princess Pocanthus dealing with Diabetes. His service dog is a medical alert dog, which tells to graft or grab because of too much or too little blood sugar.

#6 Rapunzel

‘Here is Rapunzel with complex PTSD and unrelated identity disorder. The dog serving him is getting out of a very strong dysfunction with his help, then provides tactile stimulation for rest and grounding. C-PTSD is a type of response to chronic trauma (often in childhood). DID is a creative and adaptive response to severe trauma, where an individual’s brain divides experiences into two or more identities. This is a very incredible way for the brain to cope.’

#7 Sleeping Beauty

‘This is the beauty of sleeping with narcolepsy and its service puppy is supporting her head after a day’s sleep episodes.’ Narcolepsy itself is a neurological condition that affects sleep and wakefulness and during the day. Different variants have the characteristics of most sleep episodes. PS His service dog’s name is Spindle.