Lily shares experience of living with Larsen Syndrome
Posted on: Mon 27 Nov 2017
Reflecting on the perspectives of those with lived experience can help us gain an understanding of how to better design and deliver services for diverse community needs.
Lily Durkin is a university student who is passionate about disability advocacy. She currently volunteers with Count Me In, an organisation which aims to provide the community with accessible public places and buildings.
Lily also lives with Larsen Syndrome, a rare genetic disease which can make daily activities challenging, but one she says that gives her great perspective.
Lily shares her story with Small Change’s Lisa Burns.
Produced by Lisa Burns
Image courtesy of Lily Durkin