Art of J.A. Tan featured in University Research on Autism and Neurodiversity

The University of Exeter used J.A. Tan’s artwork together with other artists on the spectrum to showcase the value of alternative thinking demonstrating how neurodiverse individuals can — and do — communicate in visual rather than verbal ways.” The University’s research team is based at Egenis, part of the University of Exeter in the UK. According to their site, “Our research explores the role that diagnosis plays in society and in medicine, using diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder as a case study. On the way, we aim to celebrate and value the abilities and attributes of the neurodiverse community.”

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