Bert reflects on his journey as a leader in his community and his involvement in the International Community Health Services programs such as "Train the Trainer". He emphasizes the link between individual health and community health.
This summer, MOVE partner Creative Narrations facilitated a virtual digital storytelling workshop with the YMCA of the USA's CTG grantees. The stories are now complete, and new storytellers from our very own Seattle, all the way across the country to Louisville (with stops of course in Tucson, Iowa, and more....) are proudly showing their pieces off.
Ms. Fan is a participant of our ICHS Community Advocate's diabetes and dance classes. She shares her experiences with making lifestyle changes to become healthier and to prevent chronic disease onset. This story is told in Mandarin Chinese.
I created this video in a digital story training with International Community Health Services and Sea Mar. It is a story of my family's history with alcoholism, my health issue with it and how I have come to appreciate my intolerance of alcohol.
Digital story created by Antonia Gutierrez which tells about her colon cancer diagnosis and treatment. If you are 50 or older, talk to your doctor about colorectal cancer screening. She wants other people facing a cancer diagnosis to know that is it not a death sentence - never give up and stay positive!
Digital story created by Carmina C. Borrego which tells about her journey fighting Stage III breast cancer. She has chosen to fight this disease - to live - for herself and her son. She wants others to know that cancer treatment can be a battle, but it is important to follow your doctor's treatment recommendations to fight your cancer.