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Passion for People
Dimensions is a national learning disabilities charity. The Day Service in Crawley acts as a hub for sports and arts activities. In 2010 Dimensions commissioned photographer Maria Riese to produce some photos for an exhibition. This video is the first of a trilogy of “Passion” videos.
Passion for Sport
Dimensions provide lots of different sports and leisure activities for people with learning disabilities ranging from competitive sports to individual fitness programmes. The second video, Passion for Sport, shows just a few of them.
Passion for Music
The final video in the series is “Passion for Music”. Many of the clients at the Day Service are very talented musicians, and this video shows they aren’t afraid to play in front of large audiences!
Drama plays a very important role in building clients' confidence and self-esteem. This powerful, moving piece explores what it is like to feel that you have no say in your life, but also shows the difference that the right support can make. The film was chosen to be screened by the BBC at the Glastonbury Festival in June 2010 as part of the Cultural Olympiad.
Dream Vision Media is proud to produce videos for charitable organisations. Previous and existing clients include Sightsavers International, Aiming High and Enable Me. One charity that Dream Vision Media works very closely with is Dimensions (formerly Outreach 3way). They support people with learning disabilities in all areas of daily life. he Day Service in Crawley acts as a hub for sports and arts activities.
Below are a number of videos including the “Passion for…” series as well as “My Voice”, a short film which explores what it is like to feel that you have no say in your life. Also there is a short video we produced for Enable Me about their patron Swazie Turners wheelchair push along the South Downs Way.
Enable Me has worked with Dream Vision Media on a number of very different projects over the last 5 years, and we have always found them to be helpful and efficient at every stage, offering the perfect balance of professionalism and humour. They have become one of our most trusted partners.
Chris Jay, Chairman, Enable Me
Aiming High - You Can Do It!
Facilitating inclusive sports and arts activities for disabled children and young people and there siblings and providing support to their families!
South Downs Way Wheelchair Push
In July 2010 Swazie Turner MBE pushed his standard NHS issue wheelchair from Winchester to Eastbourne along the South Downs Way. The route is 100 miles long and this attempt has never been done before. Swazie made this journey to raise money for the West Sussex based charity "Enable Me"