Tell Your Story

“Since even the most primitive campfires and throughout history, stories have helped teach, influence and bind people together.  Stories have fostered the understanding of self and others. Through stories we explain how things are and why they are.  Stories connect us with our past, our present and help us anticipate our future.  Media is but an extension of the basic urge to tell a good story.  We hope that A Life Worth Living will be the modern-day story teller.”
– Pam Skillings, ALWL President, 2000

Have you helped a person with a disability to fit in at home, work or in the community? Have you tried something unconventional that you found helpful?

Your success stories can give others a fresh perspective and new ideas that they may never have thought of.  Together, we can reduce someone’s frustration when searching for answers.

Tell Your Own Story

    I agree that ALWL may use my story.