Turning Labels & Disabilities into Possibilities
How many kids (and adults) are made wrong for being different or behaving in ways that are strange to the people around them? Perhaps they are too hyper, not quiet enough, not able to concentrate and focus, or unable to communicate with the world in the way that people understand?
Nowadays there are more and more labels being put on kids, and adults. OCD, ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Autism are just some of the labels that we work with.
In this reality they are called disabilities, in Access we look at them as abilities. We ask you to consider; what if there is truly nothing wrong with them?
Access Consciousness has a radically different point of view that these behaviors, learning difficulties and personality traits that are considered wrong are actually a capacity that can be explored and used to create something greater.
In fact, after working with hundreds of parents and children around the world, Gary Douglas, the Founder of Access Consciousness, and Dr. Dain Heer, have discovered that these kids and adults are a lot more conscious than we give them credit for. They are different and they function differently. We are the ones who need to change to communicate in a way that is natural to them. Access gives you the awareness and tools to do that. By changing the way we see these labels and kids, we can also invite them to interact with the world in a way that works for them.
"These children are a gift, highly able and as I'm sure you are quite aware, different. It is my perception that we can change those considered disabled into highly functional people who go beyond the norm in a very short period of time, probably a year to two, some even more quickly. What are the infinite possibilities?"
Gary Douglas. Founder
What if every label and disability is actually a capacity waiting to be uncovered?
The Access Consciousness® tools have created dynamic change in people and kids with ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, OCD, and Autism all over the world. The tools are simple and require you to be willing to be different enough to see the world through their eyes and speak their language rather than trying to get them to speak yours.
See also Blog Articles about ADD, ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, OCD
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