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Neurodivergent Peer Group

CVAN South East have created a Neurodivergent Peer Group for artists and art workers in the South East.

If you’d like to come along to share lived experience as a neurodivergent person working in the Visual Arts, please complete the sign up form here and we will send you details of all upcoming meetings.

We welcome anyone who self-identifies as neurodivergent. The group is also open to those advocating on behalf of a neurodivergent person.

Many people in our community use neurodiversity as an umbrella term to describe alternative thinking styles such as autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyscalculia, dyslexia, dyspraxia, tourette syndrome and complex tic disorders.

Instead of labelling people with deficits or disorders, when we use the term neurodiversity, we take a balanced view of an individual’s unique strengths and challenges.

Many ‘challenges’ neurodivergent people face are more to do with the environment and systems they are placed in, often designed by a majority population.

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