Our trained Youth Health Consultants are available to assist health services who support Northern Sydney young people in the following ways:
- Conduct a youth friendly consultation of your service. Includes a written report with recommendations.
- Provide feedback on youth targeted initiatives or resources (e.g. information, flyers, websites).
- Suggest ideas to improve your service's ability to reach, attract, engage and retain young people.
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Youth Friendly Consultations
Who better to assess the youth friendliness of your health service than local young people? Our Youth Health Consultants are trained to conduct a site visit of your service, chat to staff, as well as review your online presence and feedback from young people attending your service. Following this, you’ll receive a report that will detail your strengths, any areas that could be improved and a list of recommendations from the youth consultants.
Read our 5 step guide about the process:Youth Friendly Consultations Process
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When creating something for young people, there’s tremendous value in involving young people in the planning or design process as it helps to ensure you meet their needs and interests. This is where our team of Youth Health Consultants can assist you.
Our fortnightly meet-ups provide an opportunity for services to consult with the team on any youth-targeted health programs, resources or ideas. Examples could include youth health program development, youth engagement strategies, youth targeted resources (flyers, websites) or comprehension of health information, screening tools or surveys.
Meetings are held after-hours on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday each month between 6:30-8:30pm. If these times do not suit you, there are times when we can lead the consultation in-house then provide you a summary of the team’s thoughts and suggestion. It all depends on what you’re consulting on. Just have a chat with us to work out what’s best.
Here’s a quick video from the Advocate for Children and Young People on ten tips for consulting with young people: