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Triple A Performer Guidance Films

Resources to help you understand and support neurodivergency in performing arts.

With the help of lived experience gathered through our recent Triple A Performer survey, these guidance films help to offer solutions, share good practice and facilitate fair access in performing arts.

These guidance resources focus on a number of different areas of potential challenge, namely:

  • Masking
  • Auditioning
  • Structure and Planning
  • Noise
  • Lighting
  • Touch and Physical Contact
  • Dyslexia
  • Communication

About the Provider

Triple A Performer

Triple A Performer was born from the personal story of a young person who has a diagnosis of Autism, ADHD and Anxiety (triple A) and has trained and performed from the age of 5. Over the years this has created the highest of highs and the lowest of lows for a variety of reasons that always come back to his varied way of learning, attending, communicating and interacting. The purpose of the charity is to raise awareness of neurodivergence in performing arts and drama and how children, young people and adults can be supported within the sector to access their passion, on a level playing field.