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News Archive September 2020
Young peoples survey!
Our Information Team currently provides mental health and wellbeing information for adults and young people.
However, we would like to find out if we should also be creating more content specifically for parents and carers.
If you look after a young person aged 11-18, then we want to hear from you.
Share your thoughts on what is available for parents/carers to support their teen with their mental health, and help Mind shape their information by answering their survey.
This survey is about what mental health information you would find useful as a parent or carer to support your teen (age 11-18). We’re asking parents and carers to take this survey to help us find out what information you currently access, what you think about it, and if you’d like us to create mental health information for parents and carers in the future.
Author: Victoria Poole
Posted on: 30th September 2020