Disability History Month 2017

On Thursday the 14th November, King’s D&I celebrated Disability History Month, hosting a short film breakfast screening in the Arcade at Bush House and in the IoPPN Canteen in Denmark Hill. With the 2017 theme as art, we sought to showcase the experience of various visible and invisible disabilities through the medium of short film, all from the perspective of the people with disabilities themselves.

For those who couldn’t make it, you can access the films (with subtitles) on Youtube:

A time lapse of me mouth painting by Henry Fraser

I had a black dog, his name was depression by World Health Organisation

My First Guide Dog – A life changing experience by Daniel Williams

King’s Disability Advisory Service: Nine tips for students by students