by The Dreamcatcher Team
Welcome, reader, to the first redesigned issue of The Dreamcatcher, a quarterly publication for the National University Hospital’s peer group for youths living with varied forms of childhood chronic illnesses.
When we were first approached by the hospital’s social work department to put out an issue of essays and opinions by the end of October, we knew it was going to be a monumental task to turn an in-house newsletter into a professional publication over a short period.
We thought optimistically about the potential of a publication like this. Today, we envision the ideal role a socially conscious publication could play in our society, to serve the greater good of improving the lives of people living with chronic illnesses and of people living with mobility issues.