Epilepsy Futures

Don’t create a drama out of a crisis!

Photos courtesy of Sharon Miller, Joyworks Group 4 have just finished a series of sessions with Sharon Miller of Joy Works Using drama techniques, Sharon has helped the group think about scenarios when they find it hard to express their own views in an assertive...

As you think, so you become…

The Future, by Caitlin McG Epilepsy Future’s strap line is “an opportunity to see life differently”, and we chose it to capture what we hoped would be the experience of anyone taking part. Our participants usually join us at a point in time where they are struggling...

“The Power of Vulnerability”

Caitlin and her poem This week we have been finishing off the all too brief run of sessions facilitated by our friends Erin and Emma from “Write to Recovery” On Wednesday the session focused on  vulnerability.  To spark discussion we watched a video of a TED...

“Surviving & Recovery”

  On Thursday 4th July Erin from Write to Recovery joined the group for the first of five sessions this month. In their own words “Write to Recovery” say the following about the process they use with community groups around Scotland. Write Your Way to Recovery...

“Colour by numbers”

Summer finally arrived in Glasgow last week, with hot sunshine and clear blue skies, Over the last six weeks Group 4 have been working at Project Ability  with tutor Iona Grey, using acrylic paint on canvas, offering everyone advice to get the most out of their...

Week 2 of Group 4

We now have all seven participants with us, with the last person joining us after a week in the Spanish sunshine. The typically Glasgow May weather (rain) didn't dampen anyone's creative juices as we had our second of six sessions at Project Ability. [gallery...

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