Wednesday 23rd May 2018

Autism and Self Esteem - Sarah Hendrickx

Autism and Self Esteem - Sarah Hendrickx

Autistic people are often said to have low self-esteem, and this is accepted without question, but what does this really mean?

What is self-esteem?

How do you get more if you don't have enough?

Can you have too much, and if so, is that a bad thing?

In this presentation for parents, Sarah will define and discuss the concepts of self-esteem. Considering whether these are meaningful to autistic children and young people and how we can help them to feel that they are 'good enough' by any means possible.

This talk is also suitable for teenagers with ASD. If you feel your young person would be comfortable in the busy environment you are welcome to book them a place as well.

Date & Time:

Wednesday 23rd May

At The SNAP Centre

Professionals and Parents: 4.00pm

Parents: 7.00pm - Full - Waiting List Only


£10 per registered SNAP Parent or young person

£25 per Professional

For further information or to find out how to book a place, please call:

01277 211300 or email: info@snapcharity.org