e-wellbeing gains recognition from NHS England!

The e-wellbeing team were delighted to attend the KSS AHSN Next Level event at East Surrey Hospital last week, where we shared our passion for youth involvement and digital inclusion, to senior executives from NHS England.

Our fantastic e-wellbeing Youth Ambassadors, Amaani and Fiona, took centre stage alongside Nicola Harvey, YMCA Dialogue’s Digital and Participation Lead, with Becca Randell and Gurprit Pannu, from the NHS, to present valuable insights on our work on the Pan-Sussex CYP Mental Health Digital Review.

e-wellbeing’s Youth Ambassadors also shared their experiences with their own mental health, and what it means give back to support other young people’s emotional health and wellbeing.

The project was highly commended by NHS England and KSS AHSN. We thoroughly enjoyed showcasing our hard work and having the chance to connect with lots of people within NHS England and KSS AHSN, who are passionate about making a real difference to health and wellbeing.

We’re so grateful for the opportunity to share e-wellbeing’s continued efforts to support children and young people’s mental health, and ensure youth voices are heard and celebrated.

Well done to Amaani, Fiona, and the whole team. Thank you to #KSSNextLevel for having us!

To find out more about the Sussex CYP Digital Mental Health Review, click here! And to find out more about e-wellbeing, go to www.e-wellbeing.co.uk.


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