What would happen if we took time to learn from a person with profound learning disabilities or complex needs and if we found more imaginative ways of interpreting the subtle ways they try to communicate with us? In this magazine you will encounter the beginning of a new way forward.
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We are in a continual process of working out the best way to support individuals through a period of extensive change. Change in both the way that they are cared for and the way that that care is funded. To explore and pre-empt some of these changes, in a way that allows us to test and challenge traditional understanding of the arts within a disability context, we have created an experimental zone.
It’s a space in which we have the time to learn. Its not about short term projects or quick fixes. Its an area of exploration, in which we try out many different approaches, collaborating with others from fields as diverse as engineering and social care. Most importantly its about questioning and revisiting the purpose of each approach, ensuring its continued relevance to the people we work with.
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