Issue Four / April 2021
Our Fourth edition contains a number of incredible articles and artistic work created by members of our community with neurodiversities and physical disabilities. Ryan McMullan and Ross Wilcock give us an insight on growing up with a physical disability, and Brian Tyrell and Mr. G. Johnson share their experiences of living with neurodiversity. The contributors have shared their creative work, from illustrations and etchings to poetry and role-playing games.
Read the Fourth edition in full here: [Issue FOUR]
We know there’s a lot to get your head around when it comes to sex, sexual health, HIV, wellbeing, alcohol and drug use.
We also know it can be a grind sifting through websites getting the facts. That’s why we’ve created a digital magazine with articles, interviews, and contributions on lots of different health and wellbeing topics – all by, and for, our community.
Waverley Care Chief Executive, Grant Sugden comments: “Our SX team continue to develop creative and innovative ways to engage with service users and our wider community. The ability to provide fresh approaches in delivering our key messages is vital when there is new and changing information about health and social contact. However, our community can be confident that SX and Waverley Care continue to be available for support and advice around all aspects of sexual health and wellbeing".
Read the first issue in full here: Issue ONE
Read the second issue in full here: Issue TWO
Read the third issue in full here: Issue THREE