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We develop projects and programmes to address wellbeing, build resilience  and enhance factors to protect mental health. These include transitional projects from nursery to school, care home to community settings, developing networks, work in vulnerable settings. We work in collaboration with creative associates, such as theatre groups, actors, visual artists and designers, musicians, fine artists/ audio, dancers, creative writers/ poets, photographers and media artists. Projects have included:

1997- 2000: Mary Sheridan and Wooden Spoon House (Lambeth PCT) Major refurbishment of child health services; included working with 2000 children in and YP in co- production to design key features of the new 3 storey centre. The project enabled smooth transition from services, created a non- threatening and 'owned' environment. Childrens toilet seats, 250 large external mosaic panels, floor designs, internal courtyard, visual arts.

2000- 2006: Sure Start Provider
For 4 areas in Lambeth- programme development and delivery; various creative projects including addressing teenage pregnancies, early learning, engagement, parenting, bonding, speech and language development.

2000- 2006: Lambeth Early Years council department
Designing and delivering various programmes with special focus on early years: learning, wellbeing, parents and partners in learning, under 5’s well being research.

2008- 2011: Well london Work with NEF's 5 steps to wellbeing: learning, being aware, being active, giving, connecting. Mosaic , photography, textiles, video, drumming, visual arts.

Designing and delivery Summer University delivery for young people

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