Perception is everything

What are your perceptions of Disability & Autism?

Q. How often do we make instant judgements based on our perceptions? A: Always.

Our perceptions of things, people and situations can be distorted and often completely wrong.

One common frustration for people with disabilities is being spoken to in a sympathetic tone. People perceive them to be suffering. They see their disability rather than their personality. This art shows how the creators considered the quality of their life. You will notice there is fun, colour and sparkles representing a very happy outlook. They do not perceive themselves as disabled and neither should we. We could all learn from their ability to embrace the brighter side of life and express it freely.

A creative collective created at Happy Times Activities.

Tips on how we to improve perception:

  • Pay more attention.
  • Really consider the meaning of what you are experiencing. 
  • Take action based on what you have just experienced (not previously).
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