Category: Mental Health

“You Failed”

They’re disengaged. Hard to reach. Difficult to manage.  How many times on case notes does the term ‘disengaged from the service’ crop up? How many times will services aim to ‘prevent disengagement’? The answer is very often. However, how many times will disengaging be seen as a natural consequence of trying to use a service… Read more »

Inclusion not Isolation: Why MOMO is a Digital Lifeline

Imagine if the freedom to use digital technology didn’t get placed under the umbrella of dangerous: if it wasn’t perceived as anti-social, or risky: if it wasn’t cited as a negative influence on young people’s lives. Imagine if in the 60 million apps that get downloaded this year, some of them helped vulnerable people to get… Read more »