International Autoimmune Encephalitis Society is renowned for our educational memes on various subjects pertinent to autoimmune encephalitis. By identifying the deficits a patient with AE has, we have created ‘IAES memes’ as a learning tool to support those learning challenges. Using images, color and brief descriptions on various topics, the AE patient can utilize these ‘cue cards’, to build their knowledge base about AE. Challenges with memory, processing and other deficits of executive functioning have all been taken into account and are supported so learning can occur with ease. The individual may not recall the information contended in a specific meme at first, but will recall the color or image on the meme enabling them to locate and refer to that information without stress. Building knowledge though this educational tool, helps the individual become a strong self advocate and has proven to be a winning strategy in expedited learning. Doctors, hospitals and AE Clinics around the world have praised and promoted IAES memes as a welcoming way for patients, caregivers, family and friends to learn and understand key educational points about autoimmune encephalitis.
We respect the intellectual property rights of others. IAES has purchased a contract with Shutterstock for the lifetime use of 350 graphics. The Shutterstock contract agrees to indemnify us over dispute of any of the graphics provided by them. Shutterstock obtains a usage agreement to resell graphics from the actual owner of each image. The purchase of the license gives International Autoimmune Encephalitis Society the copyright. Anyone else who uses the work product published on this website that includes images with our name or © symbol will be held accountable for copyright infringement.
Currently some of the images on this site are in the public domain. We have done our due diligence to confirm this and share the information here:
Public domain short: Wolf Wolf https://archive.org/details/mighty_mouse_wolf_wolf
“At least one episode, Wolf! Wolf! has fallen into Public Domain and is available at the Internet Archive.
Cat in the Hat:
permission for the use of this art is on the side of the meme.
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**We would like to thank some of our very talented members, Julia King and others who have contributed artwork to make this site shine.**