Published: 22/05/2013 17:04
Watch short movies done by young people with disabilities where they tell their own story. The movies were made through a collaboration with the Swedish National Board for Youth Affairs and the project Telling their story.
My best friend saved me – On bullying and the feeling of being entirely alone
ADHD and telling time – Being on time can be hard if you have ADHD
My pile of forms – About the pile of forms that happens when you have to apply for personal assistance or adjusted living. There is a lot of waiting, especially if you’re young.
Movies about love – On love, dreams of becoming an actor, and being enrolled in the Fine Arts Program of the school for disabled youth.
Not alone – On feeling like the only person in the world who is gluten intolerant and the power of meeting other people who are also allergic to gluten
Being treated like you’re 5 – On the frustration of not being taken seriously
The pancake – On being gluten intolerant and not being able to eat what everyone else eats
Not the same options – If you’re young and you have a hearing problem you don’t have the same options as everyone else when it comes to high schools
A normal day at school – on dyslexia
The pros of having Aspbergers – Don’t be afraid to stand out! Everyone who has Aspbergers also has special interests.