Openstorytellers, C/o Black Swan Arts, 2 Bridge Street, Frome, BA11 1BB
Openstorytellers works to enrich the lives of people marginalised because of learning and communication difficulties. We do this through the telling and sharing of stories, using a collaborative approach based on fifteen years of research and practice. Our innovative day services, courses, workshops, activities and events help hundreds of people every year.
Communication skills – Hearing stories from others and sharing personal experiences helps reduce feelings of isolation.
Relationships and social connections – Learning how to listen and empathise with others helps develop relationships and friendships.
Confidence – Shared storytelling helps develop confidence, empowerment and problem-solving skills.
Independence – Learning transferable skills increases opportunities for work and getting involved in the community.
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