In June 2021 we hosted a reverse conference – All About Me, For the Benefit of Everyone – to listen to young people, parents, carers, teachers, GPs, Police and acute healthcare colleagues. We wanted to listen to what is working, what needs fixing and how to take this forward. All the content from breakout rooms, Mentimeter, Jamboards and the chat helped develop recommendations for the ICS and I-statements to keep young people at the heart of our work.
You can read a summary of all areas discussed, people’s experiences, I statements and the recommendations. Download the summary report here.
Since the event these recommendations have been presented at numerous forums locally and across London, helping to guide decision making. The clinical senate were impressed with the clarity of what young people want and committed to keeping this alive. The conversations and action that came from the All About Me event have started a number of initiatives, some of those include: