facts and statistics
The future of Great Britain is the next generation, the young people from now, they will form the future of Brittan, we can save the future of Brittan!
the numbers is not on our side, the statistic’s say a story of their own, it is not a happy story.
together we can do the unbelievable!
we can change the numbers!! we can change the story, we can change the future!
that is all we are trying to do
change their future! for the better!
Fact 1: The survey found that 12% of children between the age of five and 1 6 in England, Scotland and Wales suffered from a mental disorder of some sort1.
Impact 1: we helped last year over a thousand kids with social and mental skills.
Fact 2: over 835,000 children between five and 16 have mental disorders in Great Britain1
Impact 2: this year we will grow a smile for almost three thousand kids
Fact 3: There is a 19 per cent gap in development between children receiving free school meals and their wealthier peers
Impact 3: we developed for over 75 kids cognitive capabilities
everything was so great, but I was a little bit upset about camp, my daughter told she doesn’t want to go anywhere, she wants to go only to camp knak.
A lot of the time, it can be hard to know where to go to get help for problems affecting young people. That’s what makes future forward such a wonderful charity. They can offer help in a way no other can. wide range of projects and they are very, very good, in what they are doing. I’m so pleased to be part of it by leaving a gift in my will
just tears, nothing more! I really cant express my gratitude, for changing my daughter she is now a totally different person, this was the first time she laughed!! then I found a tear on my cheek, you didn’t know my daughter before, I did thank you
I know that the gift in my will can help to make sure the next generation of young people will have someone who’s there for them, just I had. I also know that even after I’m gone, I’ll still be supporting one of my favourite charities.
everything was arranged for the wedding in Manchester, we were waiting the whole summer for it, so one morning I told Miri with excitement to pack we are going to Manchester, suddenly! Miri started crying, i was in shook, I didn’t know what did I do wrong, I waited till she could speak, and asked her, did I do something wrong? no. answered Miri still crying, no! but I made friends in camp knak I want to join them, and I do want to be at the sister day, where everyone gets a new sister, I can truly say I didn’t fully understand at the moment, is that really more important than a wedding with all of the siblings and food, but it looks like she found somehow a another place she feels home, I am not jealous, I am happy for her, she needs it, its truly wonderful.
yes I was left without my dear mother, but I found here a new pair of ears. only with your help I can move forward!
wow! wow! wow! I cannot even began to imagine the thousands of tiny details that have gone into all this! outings activities simple unbelievable!
Fact 4: Only six percent of young people currently in care will attend university
Impact 4: we have highly skilled staff dealing with these scenarios
Fact 5: The ONS found that bullying and high levels of social media use were both linked to children having a higher level of mental ill-health.
Impact 5: 81 percent of all our participant’s became confidant on a very impressing way
Fact 6: 50% of mental health problems are established by age 14.2
Impact 6: we have 8 projects helping disadvantaged people
Fact 7: yet 70% of children and adolescents who experience mental health problems have not had appropriate interventions at a sufficiently early age.4
Impact 7: we have 6 projects focused of helping those kids
anyone who wants to challenge any given fact. are welcome to do so, and if incorrect we will correct it immediately,
Thank you so much
- https://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20180328130852tf_/http://content.digital.nhs.uk/catalogue/PUB06116/ment-heal-chil-youn-peop-gb-2004-rep1.pdf/#page=63 This was correct as 2011 and 2012 according to Figures from the Office of National Statistics. also Green,H., Mcginnity, A., Meltzer, Ford, T., Goodman,R. 2005 Mental Health of Children and Young People in Great Britain: 2004. Office for National Statistics.
- 2Kessler RC, Berglund P, Demler O, Jin R, Merikangas KR, Walters EE. (2005). Lifetime Prevalence and Age-of-Onset Distributions of DSM-IV Disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication. Archives of General Psychiatry, 62 (6) pp. 593-602. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.62.6.593.
- Children’s Society (2008) The Good Childhood Inquiry: health research evidence. London: Children’s Society.