I Am Me have developed a suite of training resources for raising awareness of Disability Hate Crime.
The training pack and film have been designed for flexibility to enable a diverse range of groups to utilise the resources. The pack can be used alongside the film for a comprehensive disability hate crime resource or selected lessons can be used independently.
Both resources are for adult/high school audiences.
The I Am Me Film can be viewed by clicking here
The new training pack for schools, groups or staff training can be accessed online for free: DHC Training Pack 2015
Primary School Resource
We have recently launched our new primary school resource. This has been developed with a range of partners and young people and is available to download free.
Judged has been designed for P5 audiences and was developed in partnership with Kibble Education Centre.
Happiness Heroes is a film by Epilepsy Scotland and has been developed for P6 audiences.
Lucky Break is a film which introduces Disability Hate Crime and has been designed for P7 audiences.
Our newest resource ‘My Name is Charlie’ is now available! My Name is Charlie, used to introduce Autism to Primary 2’s, the resource also focuses on the importance of being a good friend and discussing other people’s feelings.
The accompanying films are also available from our YouTube Channel