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Neurotribes' What We Need to Thrive Report Published

New guidance written by MU member and composer Ben Lunn with the team at sound contains information on the day-to-day challenges facing neurodivergent composers.

Published: 24 June 2021 | 12:51 PM Updated: 24 June 2021 | 2:48 PM
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Guidance published with the aim of giving practical steps ensembles and promoters can take to enable greater inclusion. Photo credit: Shutterstock

Following on from the Neurotribes Conference in January 2021, which brought together promoters, ensembles and composers on the autism spectrum, Sound have launched What we need to thrive, a document which aims to improve collaboration with neurodivergent composers.

The guidance written by MU member and composer Ben Lunn with the team at sound contains information on the day-to-day challenges facing neurodivergent composers and practical steps ensembles and promoters can take to enable greater inclusion and facilitate effective and supportive working relationships.

You can find out more about the guidance and access the document on Sound Scotland’s website.

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