As parents and cares it’s important to give children and young people the chance to share their feelings and make their voice heard. As part of Children’s Mental Health Week we’ve teamed up with Place2Be to shine a light on the experiences of young people across the country and highlight the difference listening to them can make.
In this short film we hear from children and young people who have featured in our films on why their voice matters including Matthew and Tylan who tells us about their experience of Autism.
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