Spaces of Joy: Week 2 live scribe alt text



Sheet 1


Pink and green glitter border with the spaced of joy logo - the word curved around a white star - in the top left corner.

The title “Access All Areas: Learning disability and autism, awareness and creative support workers” is written in white script and highlighted in black. Below it is dated 27th June 2022.


Below to the left is “access all areas” written in block capitals and underlines with a thick black line. This is in a purple sketched box, with a black ball to the right surrounded by light purple squiggles.

Below it says ‘award winning theatre company supporting learning disabled and autistic artists’. To the right is a person in a pink long sleeved top reaching up to their left with grey stars around them. This is all underlined by two bright pink lines.


Below this is a dashed purple circle, at the top in bold purple capitals is the word autism, underlined with two curved light purple lines. Below it says ‘is a spectrum’ underlined in a squiggly purple line. Below this, written in white and highlighted in light purple it says ‘communication’, ‘interacting’, ‘thinking and behaving’, ‘experiencing senses’.


Below this circle is a green dashed circle. At the top in large black capitals are the words ‘learning disability’, underlined with two curved green lines.

Below are four light green boxes of text, they say:

Processing, understanding and remembering information

Making decisions and planning journeys

Use money and understanding dates and times

Communicate in ways that best suits them.


To the right, at the top of the page is a green speech bubble that says ‘as a producer’, a dashed green line leads to a second green speech bubble that says ‘some ways to reduce anxiety’.

These speech bubbles come from a green circle with the caption ‘monitor energy levels’ and an illustration of two people, one reaching out to the other who has a battery symbol above their head.

A grey curly arrow points up to the right to a second green circle. This has the caption ‘allow download time’. There is an illustration os two people sat on the floor opposite each other, with a grey cloud full of green ‘i’s.

A grey curly arrow points to the right to a third green circle with the caption ‘give structure to the day’. There is an illustration of a pile of paper with a clock, two people, cutlery and two more people drawn on it with words beside each.

A grey curly line points to a fourth green circle with the caption ‘adapt your environment’ and an illustration of two people sat opposite each other on bean bags next to a large window. One sits on a green beanbag and the other on a white bean bag holding a green mug and wearing black headphones or ear defenders.

Above is a green speech bubble that says ; ant it’s important to understand different individual needs eg receive schedule hourly vs 2 months in advance.


Below these circles is a letter with a large pink heart on it, coming out of an envelope, surrounded by bright pink lines and light pink speech bubbles.

Below this illustration is the word ‘communication’ in large black block capitals, underlined in bright pink.

Below the pink line poor communication is written and underlined, followed by isolating, frustrating, ignored, gaslit, overwhelming, disrespectful.

A light grey arrow goes from the left of these words down to a pink outlined box that says ‘know what information everyone needs’, a pink illustration of icons of people in circles connected in a network of lines, each with a light pink information icon attached.

A bright pink speech bubble comes out from the lefto of the box saying “clear info - ‘mean what you say’.

Below this is another bright pink speech bubble that says ‘individual communication - no ‘reply all’ overwhelming threads.

To the right is another bright pink speech bubble that says ‘irony / sarcasm / phrases might not work for everyone’

A light grey arrow goes to a second pink outlined box that says ‘make time to ensure communication is shared properly’ with a drawing of a clock and three pink information icons.

A bright pink speech bubble below this box says “avoid negative language - ‘no’, ‘don’t’”.

A light grey arrow points from the box to another pink outlined box that reads ‘put up boundaries for yourself to do this effectively’ with a pink illustration of a person reading a sheet of paper and reaching up to a large timetable.

A bright pink speech bubble below the box says “visual support for all communication: easy read, visual stories, social stories”.

From the top of the box a light grey curly arrow points to ‘time and care’ written in large script and underlined in bright pink.

Below “is essential to ensure you provide these supportive communications mindfully and properly” is written and underlined in pink.

To the right of this is an illustration of a pair of hands holding a dark pink love heart, a light pink clock and drawings of a video screen and pieces of paper. The illustration is surrounded by grey stars.


Below and to the left, at the bottom of the page there is an illustration of an easy read document: a sheet of paper with six pink boxes, down the left hand side the boxes contain pictures, to the right the boxes have writing. To the right of this illustration is a black speech bubble with the title ‘easy read’ written in white. Below this title is a light pink outlined box with “a document outlining venue, access and ‘what to expect’ event details” written inside in black.

Below the box, in dark pink it says ‘check out facebook groups and AAA training - books beyond words’.

To the right of the box is another pink outlined box that reads “videos, images, icons about the event, arrival and access throughout”. The title is “visual stories” and is written in white in a black speech bubble above the box.

To the right is and illustration of a map in grey, with a pink dashed line following along one of the roads. At the bottom of the map is a bar of dark pink with a play and pause button in. To the right is an illustration of a ramp going up some stairs to a doorway and a door of a disabled bathroom, both in grey.

To the right of this illustration is a drawing of a piece of paper, down the left side of the sheet there are pink illustrations of a group of people, a clock, cutlery, a building and curtains. To the right of each is grey writing. To the right of the piece of paper is a black speech bubble with the title ‘social stories’ written in white. Below this is a pink outlined box that reads ‘visual reference of timings/schedule’.

To the right is a pink outlined box that says ‘complete guide to all access needs of an individual’, with the title ‘access riders’ in a black speech bubble below.

To the right of the box is an illustration of a piece of paper with a table of information in pink and grey.



Sheet 2


Pink and green glitter border with the spaced of joy logo - the word curved around a white star - in the top left corner.

The title “Access All Areas: Learning disability and autism, awareness and creative support workers” is written in white script and highlighted in black. Below it is dated 27th June 2022.

To the right is an illustration of a pair of hands holding three dancing people in pink, one is in a wheelchair, they are surrounded by grey stars.


Below the heading, to the left is “access all areas” written in block capitals and underlines with a thick black line. This is in a purple sketched box, with a black ball to the right surrounded by light purple squiggles.

Below it says ‘award winning theatre company supporting learning disabled and autistic artists’. To the right is a person in a pink long sleeved top reaching up to their left with grey stars around them. This is all underlined by two bright pink lines.


To the right is the title “creative support” written in large green block capitals, with the subtitle “enabling any artist to do their best work, in any setting” written in black script and underlined with a green squiggly line.

Below to the left is a drawing of a person in black shoes, white trousers and a pink top, running. In their right hand they have a stack of paper and in their left they have a tray of 4 steaming coffees. To the right is a green speech bubble that says “it’s not about being a personal assistant (like in Hollywood)”.

To the right of this is a picture of a person saying ‘would you mind’ to someone holding a black top hat and a white coat, they are gesturing to a third person in the background.

To the right of the title is an illustration of a person in a pink top and with a pink bow in their hair, holding up a platform with two people dancing on it. One of the dancing people is in a wheelchair, they are surrounded by grey stars and stage lights.

Around the illustration are five green speech bubbles that say:

“Removing any disabling barriers”

“Providing equality in access and energy levels”

“Being a calming, supportive and energising presence”

“Managing access clash (multiple support workers)”

And “there to support artists not for other tasks if they ‘don’t look busy’”.

Below these illustrations and green speech bubbles, in the centre of the page, is written “the range of responsibilities of a creative support worker”.


To the left of this Is a subtitle ‘creative’, written in white and highlighted in bright pink.

Beneath this are five circles outlined in pink, each has an illustration with a caption written underneath:

An illustration of two theatre masks with the caption “devising and dramaturgy.

To the right is a picture of two people facing each other and talking, with pink lightbulbs between them. The caption is “being a sounding board for ideas”.

Beneath is an illustration of two people facing each other, talking, with pink stars between them. The caption is “developing a creative exchange”

To the right is a drawing of a sheet of paper covered in writing with a black pen to the top right and pink stars to the right of that. The caption is “script work”.

Below is an illustration of two people facing each other and holding hands, with pink stars between them. The caption is “developing a creative partnership”.


To the right of these circles is the subtitle ‘admin’ in large black script highlighted in light green. Beneath this subtitle are five more circles, outlined in light green. Each has an illustration and a caption.

A sheet of paper with writing on and ‘invoice’ written at the top. The caption reads “finance/admin”.

To the right is a drawing of four sheets of paper, each covered in writing and with a network of circles joined by straight lines in green to the right. The caption is ‘support with show budgets’.

To the right is a sheet of paper covered in writing with a grey magnifying class top the left with a green ‘i’ in the centre. The caption is ‘assistance with research’.

Below there is a drawing od an envelope and a grey phone. The caption is “support with calls and emails”.

To the right is a drawing of a spreadsheet with some cells filled in green, there is a black tick in a green circle at the top right corner of the spreadsheet. The caption is “support with booking tasks”.


To the right of these circles is a third subtitle“access” written in large white script and highlighted in purple. Below the subtitle are six circles outlined in purple, each with an illustration and a caption.

An illustration of a grey double decker bus with a white letter ‘i’ in a purple circle to the top right of the bus. The caption is ‘travel info’.

To the right is a picture of a purple folder with a white letter ‘i’ on the front and white and grey sheets of paper inside. The caption is ‘organisational support’.

To the right is an illustration of a person wearing a pink top, talking to three other people across a round table. There are two purple speech bubbles between them with a white letter ‘i’ in each. The caption is ‘prep meetings’.

Below and to the left is a spreadsheet with come cells filled in purple. There is a purple icon of a person in the bottom left corner of the spreadsheet. The caption is “assistance with structure and scheduling”.

To the right is an illustration of a pair of hands holding a purple love heart. The caption is “emotional support”.

To the right is an illustration of a black wheelchair, a purple symbol for a wheelchair, a grey pair of headphones/ear defenders and a purple symbol for audio description. The caption is “all other access support”.



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