Managing transitions during adolescence
Adolescence can be tough for young people, especially those who are adopted. We’ve set up the Young People’s Forum to support adopted children, aged 13-18, through their teenage years.
Our Young People’s Forum is a vital support network for our members, enabling them to meet other adopted people in a relaxed setting. They say they find the forum “reassuring” and “comforting”.
The young people meet a few times a year to join in activities. These include creative arts and fun, engaging activities. They’ve also scripted an animation about bullying in school and have met the band members of Rudimental. The Young People’s Forum is run by Alex, a teacher and trainee art psychotherapist.
If you would like your child to join the Young People’s Forum, please contact Alex Soteriades on firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively at 07469 145982