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Future Me Gloucestershire

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Future Me are a team of young people from across Gloucestershire. Working with the County Council and Child Friendly Gloucestershire, our role is to be representative of young people across the county, sharing our insights into what it’s like growing up here – what’s good and what could be better!


We connect with other young people and can act as agents to allow them to share their views, experiences and suggestions. Topics we cover include Employment and Education, Mental Health, Independence and Community.


Information is power and we want to transform the way young people aged 14-25 years access information and inspiration to help them on the road to becoming adults. Preparation for Adulthood is both exciting and challenging and we want to support young people by sharing resources and signposting to organisations that can help.


Why not send us a message? Find us on social media:
Instagram
Facebook
YouTube

Or drop us an email: futureme@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Click here for videos of some young adults talking about what's important to them and their experiences of becoming an adult

Molly: Introducing Molly who attends college and work experience in a cafe in Gloucester



Lee: Introducing Lee who attends college and loves film and animation



Claire: Introducing Claire who is working as a Childcare Assistant in a pre-school for young children



Jodie: Introducing Jodie who attends college and works part time for a shipping company



Alex: Introducing Alex who is doing a Supported Internship and works in a Hotel at the weekends



Oliver: Introducing Oliver who attends college and work experience with the Police



Luke: Introducing Luke who is working as a Custodian in a big office building in Gloucester



Young people talking about what's important to them



When I grow up – 3 films about young people’s journeys into employment

 

Making decisions - involving young people

 

PfA outcome areas

 

Preparing for adulthood review process

Talk to your school about how your review will take place.

Independent living

Transition planning for disabled young people

Transforming Care - supported living

 

This film from Inclusion Gloucestershire uses disabled and non-disabled actors to tell the story of someone making the transition into supported living and how they made that journey.

 

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