Rising Voices of Narcolepsy: Meet World Traveler Chelsea

My abilities changed — my interests did not.”

—Chelsea Cataldi, Rising Voices advocate

Our Rising Voices Story Sharing live broadcast series continued on April 3, 2022 with new storyteller Chelsea Cataldi! Chelsea shared her narcolepsy story and pursuit of a life filled with travel, creative expression, and laughter.

Applications for 2022 Rising Voices training are open until April 15! Learn to share your story to raise critical awareness and fight stigma: https://project-sleep.com/rising-voices-of-narcolepsy/

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About Chelsea:

Chelsea Cataldi is a world traveler who enjoys creating things with her hands. She was diagnosed with type 1 narcolepsy in 2010 while living in Japan. As a speaker with Project Sleep’s Rising Voices of Narcolepsy program, Chelsea will share a story of how something as simple as laughter can change a life.

What is the Story Sharing Series?

The Rising Voices Story Sharing Series invites viewers to gather online to watch a Rising Voices trained speaker or writer present their story live via Project Sleep’s Facebook page.

About Rising Voices Speakers:

To improve public understanding of narcolepsy and other sleep disorders, Project Sleep’s Rising Voices program trains people with sleep disorders to share their stories through public speaking and writing with local communities, healthcare providers, news outlets, blogs and beyond. Combining the power of real-life stories with expert communication strategies, our Rising Voices trained speakers and writers are effectively raising awareness and reducing stigma for all those facing sleep disorders.

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We’re excited to share these moving stories with you.  Watch all past storytellers now!

Please share with friends and family to learn more about narcolepsy and other sleep disorders!

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