Andover arts charity calling for neurodivergent people to help write strategy for better access – Andover Advertiser

‘Imposter Syndrome’ artwork by Jon Adams.

 
Chapel Arts Studios (CAS) in Andover has launched a project to develop a strategy and action plan with local neurodivergent people to help make art more accessible to creative makers, participants and audience members in Andover and surrounding areas.

The aim of this project is to educate and inform others, and to influence a wider conversation and understanding of the impact and value of creativity for neurodivergent people and the barriers they face.

Neurodivergence is a collective way of describing a person who is not neurotypical, including, but not limited to, all autistic people, ADHD, tourette’s, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, synaesthesia, PTSD, bipolar.

Read more at: https://www.andoveradvertiser.co.uk/news/20032019.andover-arts-charity-calling-neurodivergent-people-help-write-strategy-better-access/