Workshop: This is Me: Valuing the lives of people with learning disabilities - 8th December - 2-4.30pm
We’re holding a hybrid workshop as part our This is Me: Valuing the lives of people with learning disabilities project. The fully accessible workshop will be a focused session for people with learning disabilities, their family members and carers to talk about stigma, discrimination and what they want to see change to make Scotland a more inclusive place. Please click here to find out more.
This event is now *fully booked* for in-person attendance. Please email Fiona.Barlow@glasgow.ac.uk to join the waiting list. You can also sign up to join via zoom at this link - registration is essential.
It will take place on Thursday 8th December from 2-4.30pm. The venue is an accessible ground floor space at the University of Glasgow. There is a Changing Places toilet.
There will be a multi-sensory story telling session led by PAMIS and facilitated discussion in small groups to talk about stigma, discrimination and changes people want to see. We will also show some short films from ‘This is Me: Valuing the lives of people with ’ featuring interviews with self-advocates, family carers and supporters.
The session is open to people with learning disabilities, family carers and support workers. Please register by emailing Fiona Barlow via Fiona.Barlow@glasgow.ac.uk if you or someone you know would like to attend.