Evaluation of "Seeing the Patient"
The portraits helped me think about the challenges for young people living with epilepsy.
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The portraits helped me think about the potential of young people to overcome the challenges living with epilepsy.
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The portraits helped me think about the strength of the individuals portrayed.
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The portraits helped me think about the impact of caring for someone with epilepsy for family members.
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The portraits helped me think about the resilience of children and young people living with epilepsy.
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The portraits helped me think about how an epilepsy diagnosis can affect ones identity.
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The portraits helped me think about the importance for families and caregivers to be acknowledged and to express themselves.
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The portraits helped me think about the importance of children and young people living with epilepsy to be accepted.
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The portraits helped me think about the stigma society attributes to people living with epilepsy.
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The portraits helped me think about the support young people require to help them.
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The portraits helped me think about the contribution of children with developmental disabilities.
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The portraits helped me think about the complexity of a caregiving relationship.
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What were your initial thoughts on the portraits? Describe what you were thinking when you first entered the "Seeing the Patient" exhibition.
List three words that describe your thoughts about "Seeing the Patient" based on your whole experience of the exhibition.
What is the most important message you are taking away from the "Seeing the Patient" exhibition?
What are your concluding thoughts on the exhibition. Describe your thoughts as you were leaving the "Seeing the Patient" exhibition.
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