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Article published for Guardian Christmas appeal
Kirsty for the Guardian Christmas appeal
On 13th December, the Guardian journalist, Bim Adewunmi, wrote an article highlighting the work of Our Time featuring a number of young people who have attended, and still attend, KidsTime Workshops and have been part of the ‘Who Cares?’
The Mail on Sunday features Our Time
Ambeya in the Mail on Sunday
The article focuses on the plight of young carers affected by parental mental illness and tells the story of two former KidsTime Workshops attendees, who now frequently attend KidsTime Workshops as young helpers.
Our Time selected for Guardian and Observer Christmas appeal
homemade christmas card
On November 28th The Guardian and Observer launched their Christmas Charity Appeal. This year’s appeal theme is one of our most common and under-acknowledged health issues: mental illness.
Young carers call to action: No suits event at London Zoo
Dr Alan Cooklin interviewed
Health professionals and decision-makers joined the young people to meet them, hear their stories, and discuss what health services can do to better support young carers and their families.
Filming of ‘Who Cares?’ Masterclass
Chemicals in the brain slide
Young people from Our Time's KidsTime Workshops gathered to meet a children’s mental health worker, an adult mental health worker and an approved social worker to quiz them on many frequently asked questions our young people have about mental health.
Article in the Western Morning News
Image of article on 'Who Cares?' programme
The Western Morning News visited Our Time’s (at the time known as The KidsTime Foundation) filming of the ‘Who Cares?’ programme at Stoke Damerel Community College to see the impact on the pupils involved.