We now work with children and young people from birth – 24!

We have changed our age from 0-18 to 0-24 to collaborate with the World Health Organisation (WHO) classifies ‘young people’ as between the ages of 10 and 24 and ‘adolescence’ as between age 10 and 19. We want to ensure every young person has access to the service and deliver a fair and equitable service.Continue reading “We now work with children and young people from birth – 24!”