This is an invitation to stand in the shoes of the women, men and and non-binary persons who come to WWILD.
It is the lack of relationships between the general community and people of a range of abilities which leads us to have a poor understanding about the lived experience of people who are constructed as having ‘intellectual, learning and cognitive disabilities’.
This is our invitation to you to take just a few seconds to stand in their shoes – for you to consider their lived experience.
In learning about and knowing the person in your community that may have ‘intellectual, learning and cognitive disabilities’, you will be able to understand the lived experience of these people.
We also hope that you will be drawn to supporting the work of our organization and working alongside us to help people make changes in their lives.
If you would like to become more involved with WWILD, please go to the How You Can Support Us page.