“At the vast majority of conferences and events I speak at, there is a scheduled question and answer session, in which members of the audience can ask me whatever they want: “What is your sleep pattern like?”, “Are you concerned about looking for a relationship?”, “Do you have any friends?” etc. The list is endless. But there is one question that crops up quite a lot, a query that all people affected by Asperger’s Syndrome ponder the world over. “If you could stop having Asperger’s, would you?”
Dean has Aspergers, he is insightful, positive and once heard you will be hooked. Dean has made an incredibly successful career out of speaking and writing professionally about his Aspergers and the world as he sees it.
Following his last talk in Eastbourne for Embrace the response from the teens that attended with their parents was amazing, parents contacted me for well over the next week saying “finally my son has opened up to me about what it feels like having Asperger’s, I never knew he felt like this, we have had a breakthrough and I understand him a little more, I am delighted”.
You have just a few days left to book your tickets at the early bird discount price to see Dean Beadle at Eastbourne Fishermans Club. Don’t miss out! He will help you understand what your kids are dealing with and how they see the world and their place in it.
Book your tickets here https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/embrace
Member since: 28th May 2015
Embrace East Sussex is a group for Special Needs and disabled children from the age of 0 25 years. We offer family support, Saturday Clubs, a legal and benefits services, Early Years advice, family liaison...