Aye Mind Launch Digital Approaches to Youth Mental Health

imageNHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Mental Health Improvement Team and partners are pleased to launch the work of the EU-funded Aye Mind project. 

GGCNHS worked in collaboration with a consortium of agencies - Young Scot, Snook and Mental Health Foundation. Aye Mind (previously known as Project 99) adopted a co-production approach, working with groups of young people aged 13-21 to explore experiences of using digital communication technologies and their potential for promoting mental wellbeing.

The project has produced a suite of digital resources (including a range of animated gifs, and information guides in “buzzfeed” style, and a workers’ toolkit on how to make the most of digital for youth mental health.

Delegates will get the opportunity to gain an overview of these developments, to get "hands-on" experience of the resources and to consider implications for practice and future developments.

When:     Wednesday, 1 June 2016 from 10:00 to 15:00

Where:    Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel - Beardmore Street, Clydebank, G81 4SA

To register for the event please click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/aye-mind-launch-digital-approaches-to-youth-mental-health-tickets-8511948467

The Scottish Co-production Network has a case study about the Aye Mind project, where you can see some examples of their work.