Can you see me?

This tells the tale of how people with LD and ASD can often feel.

The artwork shows a person with a diagnosis looking in the mirror, and the polaroid’s, represent how they consider others to see them – as invisible.

What do you think it must be like to feel unnoticed or uncounted? Isolated from the world around you?

We spoke to many people living with a diagnosis and their parents. They all had many stories about feeling invisible. Parents spoke about feeling this hurt and frustration two-fold as they felt it themselves and more painfully, on behalf of their child.

Inspired by: People with Learning Difficulties, Disabilities and / or Autism.

Artist: Shannon Ell.

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