Co-design

One giant leap for youth mental health

One giant leap for youth mental health

June 2nd, 2016

Fifty years ago, on 2nd June 1966, NASA landed Surveyor 1 on the surface of the Moon, paving the way for the Apollo missions.  If you grew up in the 1960s and 1970s you were surrounded by the buzz of the space-age, with the advent of satellites and lunar rovers.…

 

How To Run a Mini Image Workshop

How To Run a Mini Image Workshop

May 30th, 2016

This guide is to explain how you can run a mini Aye Mind image workshop at your conference.

 

45-minute Aye Mind workshop at the NUS Annual Student Mental Health Summit

45-minute Aye Mind workshop at the NUS Annual Student Mental Health Summit

April 27th, 2016

The Aye Mind team recently hosted speedy message and image mental wellbeing workshops at the NUS (National Union of Students) Mental Health Summit.

 

Aye Mind at Enquire’s Young People and Mental Health Conference

Aye Mind at Enquire’s Young People and Mental Health Conference

March 21st, 2016

The Enquire Conference on ‘Positive Mental Health in Schools: Overcoming Barriers to Learning’ was an exciting day for the Aye Mind team. It was a delight to see Caitlinn Jay Quinn and Zoe Mann, two young people who attended our GIF making workshop at the Riverside Museum present Aye Mind.…

 

Support Squared – the social media story

Support Squared – the social media story

September 29th, 2015

[View the story “Aye Mind Workshop” on Storify]

 

Support Squared – the workshop

Support Squared – the workshop

September 4th, 2015

On Saturday 25th of August we ran a workshop at Riverside Museum with 12 young people from various mental health organisations including; Y-Sort It, See Me and Gamh. The aim of the workshop was to support young people to produce gifs and memes addressing mental health that they can share…

 

Support Squared Gifs

Support Squared Gifs

September 4th, 2015

Young people who participated in Project 99 – our original exploratory phase of work on digital youth mental health – developed a series of digital concepts to promote mental wellbeing among their peers. ‘Support2’ (Support Squared) was one of them. It was aimed at young people who are concerned for…

 

Workshop materials

Workshop materials

May 12th, 2015

Over the next few months, the project team will be working with groups throughout Glasgow to develop the Digital Springboard. We are piloting some of the tools and activities we will be using during the workshops. They are free to download and can be used for a number of projects. Click on…

 

Youth Guide

Youth Guide

March 9th, 2015

Young people came up with advice they would like to give other young people using digital and social media in a manner that supports mental wellbeing.

 

Support²

Support²

March 9th, 2015

Support² is a platform site with a selection of tools available. Central to the idea is the framing of the site which is aimed at young people who are concerned for, or actively supporting someone with a mental health problem.

 

Specific services

Specific services

March 9th, 2015

During our co-design workshop sessions, young people came up with a lot of ideas. They divided them according to the idea implementation. Here we outline ideas which young people believe that are best worked into services.

 

Initial thoughts

Initial thoughts

March 9th, 2015

Young people put forward ideas for helping develop services during our co-design workshops. Read more about their initial ideas, written in their own words.

 

Co-designing Mental Health Services with Young People

Co-designing Mental Health Services with Young People

March 6th, 2015

During 2013, We Got 99 worked with local youth group to explore internet-based approaches to support young people’s mental health. The outputs are presented in the Young People’s Insights. These are some the tools and activities used to gather these insights. They will be expanded upon during a new phase…

 

Young people manifesto

Young people manifesto

November 24th, 2013

The session participants had a message for anyone who designed resources for young people. They called it a Manifesto.  

 

Co-design Approach

Co-design Approach

November 24th, 2013

Web and social media have a generally bad press when it comes to their impact on young people’s mental health and wellbeing. Yet, as we progressed our multi-agency work to strengthen child and youth mental health in Greater Glasgow and Clyde, we kept coming across examples of initiatives that used…

 

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