Tag: young people

Checking in: Voices of young people during lockdown

28th May 2020

Healthy London Partnership, Partnership for Young London, and Tik Tok have been collaborating on a project to run a bi-weekly listening project with young people aged 14-24 in and around London to better understand their experience of Covid-19. This report is part of an ongoing research programme into how young people are getting on during […]

Connecting Care for Children (CC4C), North West London

6th March 2020

National: North West London region, United Kingdom Geography type: Urban Population covered: Estimated local population 0-18 years: 400,000 (eight Clinical Commissioning Groups). Includes populations of significant social deprivation. Professional group/type of organisation involved e.g. acute, CAMHS, voluntary sector, primary care CC4C is a whole population model of care, covering children and young people (CYP) across […]

#AskAboutAsthma campaign launches to improve lives for asthma sufferers

9th September 2019

For the third year running, Healthy London Partnership and NHS England (London region), supported by the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, are running a campaign #AskAboutAsthma from the 16-22 September, to help improve the lives of those living with asthma in the capital. An estimated 200,000 people in the UK have severe asthma, this is […]

Become a Digital Health Ambassador for London

16th April 2019

Healthy London Partnership is working with Partnership for Young London to train a group of Digital Health Ambassadors. Partnership for Young London will empower and support a group of young Londoners to make sure that young people are at the heart of shaping and promoting digital health and wellbeing services for their age group. A launch event is […]

Apps

29th October 2015

Power Up + Power Up + aims to support young people with learning difficulties to take an active role in decisions about their care, and to ensure their needs are heard. It is designed to be used by young people in school and at home, independently or with support from parents, carers and school staff. The […]