DescriptionThis public engagement activity was part of a series of youth consultations carried out under the knowledge exchange programme on youth homelessness 'Helping young people fell at home in Scotland.
The aim of this activity was to map the young people's needs and aspirations through different stages of homelessness and how the services available are meeting these needs.
Methodology: researchers, twelve young people and two youth workers attended the session. The group had a 'pizza night' prior the activity as a way to build trust followed by an workshop session on youth homelessness trajectory and service
Outcomes: the activity encouraged young people's critical reflection, improved communication skills; raised their concerns on service provision and professional practices and increased understanding on young people's needs.
|Period||26 Oct 2019|
Research output: Non-textual form › Digital or Visual Products
Research output: Non-textual form › Exhibition
Helping young people feel at home in Scotland: Building Collaborative and Integrated Services for Youth Homeless: a Reflexive Mapping Approach for Health and Social Care Integration
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report