Why happiness is the key to improving success for autistic people
Do the autistic people you support and care for seem happy? If not, there could be a reason... We all want children and adults on the autism spectrum to be happy and successful. Autism doesn't have to mean a life of unhappiness. Happiness goes beyond feeling good... ...it’s also about leading a life of meaning and purpose. Meaningful activities can be one of the best ways to give autistic people a sense of purpose and meaning in their lives. This can create more happiness, life satisfaction, and mental calmness. And how do you create an environment that gives them this? One way is by giving them activities or interests which are meaningful to them. For others, it may be talking about their special interests to someone, or just listening quietly to music through headphones. Each person is unique. What makes one person happy can differ from the next. That’s why it’s so important to create the right environment and supports where they can explore their true selves, while learning at a pace that works best for them. If you would like to discover more, our upcoming online conference is designed for people who would like to learn more practical strategies and tips on how you can support autistic people to live happier lives. International Speaker, Psychologist, Bestselling Author, Senior Lecturer, Trainer & Consultant on Autism, Dr. Peter Vermeulen will share practical approaches and actionable insights you can use to support children and adults on the autism spectrum to be happier with his presentation:
Happiness in Autism: from Neurodiversity to Neuroharmony
Join Dr. Peter Vermeulen and our other experienced international speakers to deepen your understanding of autism and discover practical strategies to support autistic people to live a better quality of life... (CPD/CEU Accredited for Professionals)
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