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Psychosocial support for promoting mental health and wellbeing among adolescent young carers in Europe

Our objectives

- 1 -

Systemise knowledge on Adolescent Young Carers AYCs (15-17 years old)

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Co-design, test and deliver psychosocial intervention in six countries

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Evaluate what works and provide knowledge translation actions at national, European and international level

An innovative framework of primary prevention interventions for adolescent young carers.

The ME-WE Project partners are planning psychosocial interventions aimed to mitigate the risk factor of being an adolescent young carer, by empowering the young with improved resilience and enhanced social support. Discover more by watching this video.

The overall goal of the project is to strengthen the resilience of Adolescent Young Carers in transition to adulthood (15-17 years old) in order to impact positively on their mental health and well-being and to mitigate the negative influence of psychosocial and environmental factors in their lives.

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