Category Archives: Keep the Trust

Assumptions closer to home

We had our latest team meeting in the brilliant East Street Arts Centre, Leeds, to plan the paper prototyping. Turns out that between us we had a few different versions of what we’re doing! I take responsibility for most of … Continue reading

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Keep the Trust: how we started to get lean

So, somehow the thinking around Keep the Trust was bothering Katie and me. We had won the tender (hooray!), submitted a project plan and GANNT chart and were ready to rock and roll. Without communicating with one another we were … Continue reading

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Keep the Trust: challenging assumptions

The specification for KTT came from Innovation Labs. The summary states: Keep the Trust is an online resource for non-mental health professionals who are working with young people with mental health problems.It provides information on: ● how to deal with … Continue reading

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Keep the Trust: validated assumptions

Assumption Validation Non-mental health workers who work with young people can be identified Non-mental health workers include midwives, health visitors, tutors, social workers,  Citizens Advice staff, housing and employment support workers and youth and community workers to name but a … Continue reading

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Keep the Trust: initial thoughts

Just landed here? So you care about young people’s mental health, check out this page first. Very simply, this is what we are making: ….and very simply this is why: More about sixteen25 here and more about Keep the Trust … Continue reading

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Keep the Trust: content creation

Do you know of any existing resources that are short, snappy, impactful and informative? This is our content creation matrix. We’re not wedded to it, but we are using it to help us avoid duplication and make sure we cover … Continue reading

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