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Innovating Minds Social Impact Report

Innovating Minds have released their annual Social Impact Report. It shows what great work they have been doing with The Skills Hub and Young People’s Academy.

Click here to read the full report – please see page 6 for The Skills Hub.

Asha, CEO of Innovating Minds said “We have worked closely with the teams at Young People’s Academy and The Skills Hub to support with the development of a whole school approach to mental health. Both schools have fully embraced the therapeutic approach and now students and staff are reaping the benefits. Students and staff are now able to access specialist therapeutic support, and the staff have become confident practitioners.”

 

The Skills Hub has been the best thing that has happened to my son; the support and kindness you have all shown him and I, is second to none, no judgment, no prejudice, just pure empathy, understanding and upmost support and for that I am eternally grateful.

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