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invisable me - the how & the why -                                                                     the aims and the purpose


One of the dangers of The Halfling Project has always been it's strong association with autism build the lie that that is all it covers.

Infact that would be impossible as nothing is ever that clearcut.

So it can handle way past it's immediate brief, and is not looking for autism in everyone it meets.

However let it be said - in the field of creative activity autism and associated conditions are not unusual.

It was the high level of autistic young actors suffering from not being diognosed and therefore confused with the many problems they were having within training or performance which led me 10 years ago to quietly add it to a range of work on a need to know basis. This led years later to the setting up publicaly of The Halfling Project.

Whilst this was more public it was important to have a full mix of youngsters both within and not within the spectrum. This way bullying due to participation was less likely as taking part did not label you as autistic .