Youth Activity Resource Pack

We’ve developed this resource pack for young people to find out more about our work and to get involved. The pack can also be used by youth leaders, teachers and others who work with young people to support young people’s physical and mental well-being, and to test out new ideas and assumptions about supporting them.

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Self Esteem Flyer

Emma and a team of students called Mind & Soul, have created a guidance leaflet for young people about their mental health.

Emma said 'I wanted to encourage talking about self-esteem and to spread positivity to teenagers who often struggle to open-up and discuss issues.'

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Doc Tour App

Healthwatch West Sussex met up virtually with NCS (National Citizen Service) graduates to find out how they felt about accessing healthcare by themselves. They came up with 'Doc Tour' - an app that young people can use to feel more comfortable about making and attending health appointments.

 

Young Peoples' views on Digital Services

This is an independent case study showing some young peoples’ experience and views of digital health offers and use of technology. Such insight, we hope will provoke an appetite within commissioning and services for engaging young people in designing solutions when a need is identified.

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Mental Health in Schools

We had a discussion with some National Citizen Service graduates about accessing healthcare; whether there were any barriers and what they thought could be solutions. The graduates independently developed their ideas and created solutions to the barriers they’d highlighted.

Want to make a difference?

We are always looking for young people to work with us to help NHS leaders and other decision makers hear your voice and use your feedback to improve care.

Get in touch with Caroline at: caroline.whiteman@healthwatchwestsussex.co.uk or call 0300 012 0122