We would like to gather stories from 16-25-year-old disabled people about their experiences of lockdown during the Covid-19 pandemic.
- What has life been like for you during lockdown?
- What does life after lockdown look like for you – has it changed how you see your future?
- What support might you need after lockdown to achieve your future goals?
You can tell us about the good days, the bad days, what has made things easier or harder, your hopes, your worries, your dreams and ambitions for the future, about anything you would like to tell us about.
How to take part:
The are many ways in which you can tell your story, be creative and imaginative, it could be:
- A short story (max 700 words)
- A poem
- A picture
- A short video (max 2 minutes)
- A poster
Send us your story by 31st July 2020 to –
By post – WCIL 11 Couch Lane, Devizes, Wiltshire SN10 1EB
By email – firstname.lastname@example.org
On social media – Facebook https://www.facebook.com/WiltshireCIL/
Tell us your name and your age when you submit your story (if you would prefer not to have your name published, just let us know).
How we will use your story:
By submitting your story, you will be giving us permission to use it.
We will post some of the stories on social media. We will compile the stories together in a booklet which we will publish on our website. We will share the booklet with people with lived experience that we work with, the wider population of Wiltshire and the statutory and voluntary sector organisations that we work with in Wiltshire.
Wiltshire Centre for Independent Living 11 Couch Lane Devizes Wiltshire SN10 1EB
Charity no. 1120611 Company no. 5480761