What does it mean to tell your story?

At our last workshop we invited commissioners and service providers to listen to stories of 12 people experiencing severe and multiple disadvantage. At the event, we asked some of the Hard Edges Lives Behind the Numbers participants what it  means to them to be able to tell their life stories. Here’s what they had to say.

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  1. […] was taken for everyone to immerse themselves in the stories being told. It was a multimedia event with audio, video, and more traditional written accounts used to tell the stories. Several of the […]

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