Contact Details

Lianne Dallimore
Social Care & Well-being Coordinator

Ty Penallta
Tredomen Business Park,
Ystrad Mynach,
Hengoed.
CF82 7PG

Tel: 01443 864679

HSCWB@caerphilly.gov.uk

 

 

Publications

 

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Digital Stories

Play“A picture paints a thousand words”

One of the advantages of this ‘digital age’ is that is offers many people the chance to share their stories and experiences with others in a simple and more engaging way.  Many people and organisations make short digital stories, films or animations to explain how a particular issue or problem has impacted on them.  In doing so they feel that their voices have been heard or that they are helping others by sharing their experience.

The stories below have been taken from a range of websites.  We think you may find these stories helpful and informative.

Please select the links below to watch the digital stories.

  • Better places to grow old
     Learning the lessons from the Ageing Well programme. Three stories of ageing in the community, and the things that made a difference.
     
  • Good for both of us
    An anonymous account of a real life story of living with a son with Autism. Made by StoryWorks to highlight the experiences of those who took part in research carried out by the Aneurin Bevan Health Board.
     
  • Living with ADHD ( Aneurin Bevan Health Board)
    An anonymous account of a real life story of living with a granddaughter with ADHD.
     
  • When you came into my life - Aisling Gosling 
    A digital story created by Aisling Donovan on a StoryWorks workshop, in conjunction with The Fostering Network Wales.
     
  • Soul carer - Norman Simms 
    A digital story created by Norman Simms on a StoryWorks workshop, in conjunction with the Care Council for Wales.
     
  • Young Mum's Project - Jess and Mia's story
     
  • Lewis's story - Being a Youth Forum Rep!
    Lewis is 12 years old and has been a rep on the youth forum for the past 12 month. This digital story tells of the experiences he has had, the projects he has been involved with and the friends he has made along the way.
     
  • Under Pressure
    At the 2010 Caerphilly Youth Forum Conference the priority issue voted for by the young people was that they wanted to raise awareness of the issue of peer pressure with relation to drugs and alcohol. The group worked closely with a company called “Theatre Fforwm” to do this production. Everyone attending had the opportunity to get involved and participate.