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Recommended reads
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Check out our recommended reads for children and young people. We've compiled a list of great books, with suggestions from workshops, young people and staff.
The ‘Who Cares?’ programme
Teenagers at school socialising
Our school programme provides guidance and training for primary and secondary school staff, to raise awareness of parental mental illness and support those affected by it.
Who are the superheroes in your life?
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In recognition of the everyday superheroes we all know, Our Time has created some suitably heroic activities that young and old can enjoy from their home. Excelsior!
Recommended reads
Book cover of 'The Truth Pixie' - Featuring a pixie and mouse
Our Time has compiled a list of recommended reads that may be helpful to you and your family.
Alice and Emily’s story
Still from Alice and Emily drama featuring the two title characters
Video: These two short videos follow the story of sisters Alice and Emily. Emily is Alice's big sister, and she's been looking after their mum who has a mental illness for years.
Explaining why a parent is in hospital
Sally Bear booklet cover
Stories/Guides: These booklets have been created by South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation to help children and young people from the age of three upwards understand their parents’ mental health problems and why they are in hospital.
What is stigma?
Video still of Ambeya Begum discussing the topic of stigma
Video/Info: Find out about stigma, what it is, and where it comes from.