Medical Research

Medical Research 

Tropicalfete’s medical and culture program is an innovative medical and cultural program that prioritizes researching autism in children and integrates cultural activities, including steelpan music, to support physical therapy and promote holistic development. This program combines scientific research, autism expertise, and the power of cultural engagement to foster healing, socialization, and self-expression.

Medical Researching:

Tropicalfete is dedicated to conducting extensive research on neurodivergent such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), music, and the aging process and how our art and cultural services can benefit persons. The program collaborates with renowned researchers, clinicians, and experts in the field of autism to gain insights into the condition, explore effective treatments, and enhance the understanding of its causes and impact. Through longitudinal studies, clinical trials, and multidisciplinary collaborations, Tropicalfete aims to advance knowledge and improve interventions for persons with autism, the impact of music on slowing down the aging process.

Music, Art & Physical Therapy:

Tropicalfete recognizes the immense value of cultural engagement and physical therapy. In addition to focusing on autism research, the program integrates cultural activities, such as steelpan music, into physical therapy sessions. The steel pan, with its rhythmic and melodic qualities, provides a unique and enjoyable experience that supports physical well-being, cognitive function, and emotional health. For example, if someone in a car accident has limited hand and wrist motion, the playing of the steel pan is physical therapy for them. This can also benefit senior citizens.

Our music and art therapy sessions offer people an opportunity to engage in expressive music-making, fostering motor skills, coordination, cognitive abilities, and emotional connection. The intergenerational aspect of the program facilitates meaningful interactions between children and seniors, promoting understanding, empathy, and mutual growth. The program aims to create inclusive opportunities for participation in cultural programs and events, promoting socialization, connection, and a sense of belonging. We will collaborate with medical institutions with the goal of improving the quality of life for patients.

If you wish to collaborate on this venture, please contact us at the following by providing us information on your name, the organization you work with, and the exact goals and vision you would like to achieve under this program: Email: or call us at 646 504 3383