Bild (British Institute of Learning Disabilities) was delighted to work alongside Respond UK on our recent trauma-focussed project, a webinar series, seeking to deepen understanding of trauma and its impact on people with learning disabilities and autistic people across education, health and social care.
The project has benefitted from the valuable contributions of artist Henny Beaumont, who worked alongside Bild and Respond throughout. By listening to professionals and people with lived experience, Henny has created a series of impactful, co-produced images, providing a powerful visual representation of people’s experiences of trauma.
An image was created to accompany each webinar within the project. The webinars, each exploring experiences of trauma within different settings, were facilitated by Dr Noelle Blackman, Chief Executive of Respond charity and Elly Chapple, Founder of #FlipTheNarrative.
Full details, including the images for download, can be found on the Bild website: