Unleashing the Power of Stories: Innovative Participatory Visual Methods Illuminate the Lives of Caregivers of Children with Congenital Zika Syndrome in Colombia.

For women caring for children with Congenital Zika Syndrome, the challenges they face can be isolating and overwhelming. In this study we describe how we harnessed the power of Participatory Video and Digital Storytelling to shed light on their experiences and perspectives. Through these innovative methods, caregivers were able to share their stories, learn new skills, and connect with a community of peers. Our findings show that Participatory Visual Methods are not only acceptable and feasible, but they can also empower and uplift caregivers, providing a much-needed voice to those who have felt marginalized. Join us as we delve into the power of stories and the impact of these creative approaches in illuminating the lives of caregivers in Colombia

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