My Journey My Voice inspires visitors at Mossley Mill

My Journey My Voice has finished a two week stay at Mossley Mill in Newtownabbey where it was viewed by children and adults as part of their visit to the Mill. 

The Mayor of Newtownabbey, Cllr Thomas Hogg and local MLA Paula Bradley also came to view and exhibition and meet with participant Neill Birnie and his speech and language therapist, Cathy Magee, pictured below.

 (L-R) Alison McCullough MBE, RCSLT; Janet McGookin, RCSLT; Cllr Thomas Hogg; Cathy Magee; Neill Birnie; Paula Bradley MLA.

(L-R) Alison McCullough MBE, RCSLT; Janet McGookin, RCSLT; Cllr Thomas Hogg; Cathy Magee; Neill Birnie; Paula Bradley MLA.

During a two week stay at Mossley Mill, visitors could view the full exhibition and listen to the audio recordings of every participant's story. This is how some of them reflected on their visit:  

My daughter has had verbal dyspraxia since birth. It is really inspiring to see this.
 
Really enjoyed this very inspiring and thought provoking exhibition.
 
Great to see an awareness being raised about something most of us take for granted.
 
Wet day made bright by this visit. Thank you.