Disability PSAs Show You How To Tackle Awkward Moments

Disabled Comedian Fronts Spots from Grey London

Published On
May 08, 2014

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Disability charity Scope tackles the embarrassment and awkwardness that able-bodied people feel when faced with a disabled person, in a series of three PSAs by Grey London. Directed by Jeff Low via Biscuit Filmworks, the ads are fronted by disabled comedian Alex Brooker, who analyzes the situation and explains how to "end the awkward" in moments such as having to shake a one-handed person's hand, saying hello to someone in a wheelchair, or trying to flirt with a deaf person. According to research by Scope, 'millennials' are twice as likely as older people to feel awkward around disabled people, with one fifth of 18-35 year olds saying that they have actually avoided talking to a disabled person because they weren't sure how to communicate with them.

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Date
May 08, 2014
Agency:
Grey-London
Brand:
Scope
Client:
Scope
Executive Creative Director:
Nils Leonard
Creative Director:
Vicki Maguire
Creative:
Lex Down
Creative:
Jamie Starbuck
Agency Producer:
Holly Blackwell
Production Company:
Biscuit Filmworks
Director:
Jeff Low
Editor:
Anne Perri
Editorial Company:
Work Post
Producer:
Kwok Yau
Director, Photography:
Daniel Bronks
Post Production:
The Mill
Audio Post:
Scramble

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