The love of the grandparents has no limits. This has shown Joâo Stanganelli, a brazilian of 64 years that used all their creativity and love for make happy your granddaughter .
This touching story began a little over a year when the man wove a hand, a wrist with vitiligo with the aim of to boot a smile to the girl, report local media. Thus was born Vitilinda, a toy with spots on the skin that identifies all those young people who suffer from this disorder in the different corners of the world.
This man, that he put hands to the work, moved by love, never imagined that his gesture of affection would become viral in social networks and will become representative of a struggle by the inclusion and visibility.
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Vitilinda, sucesso total! #semprecirculo
vitiligo is a skin disorder that is characterized by the presence of white spots. These are due to the loss of melanocytes, which are the cells responsible for pigmentation of the skin. It can be an inherited disorder in up to 30% of cases, although at other times not detected family history
" The stains that I have are beautiful, what hurts me most are those in the character of the people," said the man in an interview with the media.
Due to the success of Vitilinda, Stanganelli began to give life to more toys so that other young people could relate to. Dolls with atopic dermatitis, psoriasis, alopecia, visual impairment, hearing and motor make you smile to those who possess characteristics that make them special. Creations that promote the inclusion of more small and help you to feel happy in a world full of stereotypes.
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