Monthly Online Series Starting September
Free Accessible and Inclusive Mindfulness for all with developmental disabilities, autism & their support networks
Fridays 3pm - 4pm
Finding creative ways to each person's unique path to mindfulness
Sue Hutton started her path to mindfulness in 1985. She did professional training with Jon Kabat-Zinn, founder of Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, and has since then taught over a thousand people in a wide range of communities.
Sue's career as a social worker and work in disability advocacy allow her to add a special perspective to traditional mindfulness techniques.
MAKING MINDFULNESS ACCESSIBLE
"I've taught mindfulness in developmental services, in the education system, in cancer care services, and in the prison system. I also lead clinical groups with autistic adults and their caregivers for research in mindfulness for neurodevelopmental disabilities at CAMH.
Teaching those with a disability, or cancer, caregivers, educators, and health professionals with the lens of my advocacy perspective has shown me the importance of making mindfulness accessible to anyone".
~ Sue Hutton
Audio Guided Meditations
Autism Informed Guided Meditations
Short, accessible guided mindfulness meditations for people on the autism spectrum, with a soothing voice and calming intro music.
Mindful Parents Guided Meditations
Practical and brief guided meditations for all parents that are based on research groups for parents of autistic youth.