I am thrilled to be invited to be a speaker at this event
If you struggle with health-related issues or you care for someone who does, do you feel like your voice is being heard?
It can be disempowering when others don’t understand what life looks like for you.
This has definitely been true for me as a carer to an Autistic child. And I’ve heard from many others over the last few months who would love to feel more empowered to share their stories but don’t know where to start.
That’s why I’m hosting the HEARD Blog Hackathon on March 24. HEARD stands for Heartwarming, Empowering, Acknowledging, Resonating and Daring.
The purpose of this event is to empower you to create a blog post so you can express yourself fully and connect others to your experience of life.
About The Workshop
You will have access to expert support and technology to help you create a powerful blog post in just one day. We’ll run hands-on workshop sessions so you can learn how to write an impactful blog post with ease. You’ll also hear from others who have started sharing their stories about health and wellbeing and see the impact of this first-hand.
Other Fun Stuff (stay tuned for more)
This is going to be a powerful event and we aim to publish all 150 stories to connect others to your experience of life. Imagine the impact that being HEARD will have on ending health-related discrimination.
What to Bring
This event is proudly hosted by Writally.
A big thank you to Fishburners who have provided the space for our meetup. Fishburners is Australia’s largest community of tech startups and a not for profit organisation. They support over 300 startups in their communities in Brisbane and Sydney and host more than 500 events around Australia. They offer a free one week trial which you can take up here: www.fishburners.org.
Sally Thibault. Copyright © 2014.