There are two options if you are interested in recording a story for the Disability Visibility Project:
- You can record a story using the new StoryCorps app (anytime, anywhere from your smartphone)
- You can go to a StoryCorps recording booth in person and record your story
For more information on using the new StoryCorps app: http://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/2015/04/02/new-storycorps-app-the-disability-visibility-project/
Anyone who records at StoryCorps can have their recording included in the Disability Visibility Project. The easiest way to schedule your StoryCorps appointment is online. Click here to make an appointment. You can also make an appointment by phone at 800-850-4406.
Be sure to mention the Disability Visibility Project in the Notes section of your online reservation form when making your appointment. Also, please include any accommodations or accessibility needs you might have in the Notes section (e.g., two wheelchair users, bringing an ASL interpreter, using a communication device).
Please note Mobile Tour: the mobile trailer can only fit 1 wheelchair user and one non-wheelchair user.
There are no rules on what to talk about during your recording session as long as it’s centered on the lived experience of disability. For more: http://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/2014/08/11/participant-faq-what-kinds-of-stories-are-you-looking-to-record/
Each StoryCorps location is unique, and all StoryCorps’ locations are wheelchair accessible. For questions about the San Francisco StoryBooth contact Geraldine Ah-Sue at 415-557-4211 or email@example.com.
For any other questions about StoryCorps, contact StoryCorps directly here.
Frequently Asked Questions: http://storycorps.org/about/faqs/
Contact StoryCorps: http://storycorps.org/contact/
San Francisco StoryCorps location and other information: http://storycorps.org/san-francisco/