When the worlds away went
Warning: this film discusses suicidal feelings.
Behind the scenes
Steve smiling at the camera

Steve and Vicky's story

"Steve couldn't string a sentence together, the kids couldn't have a conversation with their dad, and my partner of 15 years is a different man."
Julie looking directly at the camera

Julie's story

"They don't realise some people like me need more time, we look normal but that doesn't mean we don't have any underlying health conditions."
Tom looking directly at the camera

Tom's story

"People need to know that those with aphasia are not dumb. There's a person behind that voice who is struggling. It's very hard to get these words out. It exhausts you."

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