It’s vital that teachers and professionals caring for children and young people support them in making their voice heard. We’re joining Place2Be this Children’s Mental Health Week to celebrate and empower the voice of children and young people across the country.
In this film we highlight the many voices of children whose experiences and perspectives on mental health we share in our films including Matthew and Tylan who tells us about their experience of Autism.
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