'Is there an autism fairy, can she visit me?' Autistic eight-year-old girl's ADORABLE letter looking for a new friend

  • Cadence, 8, has autism and shares her stories on the blog I Am Cadence
  • It started after she wrote an article called 'Autism is why I am different' 
  • By sharing her stories the hope is to impact the world in a meaningful way
  • Most recently Cadence wrote a letter asking if there was an 'autism fairy' 

An eight-year-old girl is changing the way people view autism through writing.

Cadence, who is from Queensland, is on the Autism Spectrum and her work is published through the blog I Am Cadence.

There she writes about why having autism does not make her special, just different, and questions why people see autism as a 'label'.

Most recently she wrote a heart-felt letter to the 'fairies' to ask them if there was an 'autism fairy'.

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Cadence, 8, from Queensland has autism and shares her thoughts on the blog I Am Cadence

Cadence, 8, from Queensland has autism and shares her thoughts on the blog I Am Cadence

'Dear Fairies, I want to know please, is there an autism fairy?,' Cadence wrote.

'What is her job in fairyland? Can she visit me? I am Autism too.'

The full letter was shared by her mother Angela, who also shared the response from the 'Queen Fairy'.

'In fairyland, where your world ends and our magical one begins, physical and brain differences are not much thought about; they are just a part of each fairy’s unique way of being and doing,' it read.

Recently she wrote a letter to the 'fairies' asking them is there was an 'autism fairy'

Recently she wrote a letter to the 'fairies' asking them is there was an 'autism fairy'

'Dear Fairies, I want to know please, is there an autism fairy? What is her job in fairyland? Can she visit me? I am Autism too,' Cadence wrote

'Dear Fairies, I want to know please, is there an autism fairy? What is her job in fairyland? Can she visit me? I am Autism too,' Cadence wrote

'So, no, there is no special Autism fairy. 

'But, kindness, compassion, understanding, friendship, teamwork, courage and hope – those things that cannot be touched or seen, but which we can choose to learn, believe in and give to others …they are very special indeed'

By sharing Cadence's stories, the hope is to impact the world in a meaningful way.

'I Am Cadence builds on the concept that every child is innately unique and every child has their own ‘I am Me’ story,' the Facebook page reads.

Cadence received a response from the 'Queen Fairy' that said there is no autism fairy, but each fairy has a unique way of doing things

Cadence received a response from the 'Queen Fairy' that said there is no autism fairy, but each fairy has a unique way of doing things

Cadence has also written about why people see autism as a 'label'.

'Why do people call autism a label?' Cadence wrote.

'I don't think thats right. My label is Cadence. One of my ingredients is autism [sic].'

Her musings have attracted a Facebook following of more than 6,000 people.

The eight-year-old was first published a year ago when she wrote a piece called 'Autism is why I am different'

The eight-year-old was first published a year ago when she wrote a piece called 'Autism is why I am different'

She has also written about why people see autism as a 'label', and instead said 'My label is Cadence. One of my ingredients is autism'

She has also written about why people see autism as a 'label', and instead said 'My label is Cadence. One of my ingredients is autism'

Cadence's work was first published 12 months ago when she wrote the piece: 'Autism is why I am different'.

The post was recently shared again on Facebook, where it got more than 600 likes.

'Cadence is a very gifted and talented child... Autism or not,' one person wrote.

'I think you are pretty incredible Cadence,' said another.

To see more of Cadence's work, visit her blog.   

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