Intellectual disability no barrier to creativity


What’s in a sock?

In this case, it’s a token of appreciation!

A Woodville Disability Services client gifted these socks to one of our support workers after knitting them in her spare time.

Our support worker thought about wearing them next winter but then he thought again:
“I’m putting them in a frame!”

The client has an intellectual disability. She described the socks’ appearance: “this is daytime, night-time, and this the sun.”

Sounds about right!

This client has a talent for knitting and has produced neck scarves, drink bottle holders and more, as part of her hobby. You could say these socks are a symbol of the value the client places on the support worker.

We can’t wait to see her next creation.

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