I launched my resource from a stall at a school nurses conference on Young People's Mental Health Awareness Day.
Attendees included healthcare professionals, school nurses, researchers, lecturers and students. Also in attendance were Senior Lecturers from The Department of Public Health and Wellbeing and Newcastle Public Health Commissioners.
I received great feedback and all of the books were taken to be used in schools, clinics and offices with many people asking for more!
You can read some of the fantastic comments I have received overall about my campaign and photos of the event below.
'This is absolutely fantastic work Lewis. I'll definitely be sharing this around my friends in the North East.'
'Massive well done Lewis! What an inspiration you are!.'
'I'm glad there is a service out there to help people who find it difficult to speak up. Having autism is difficult to live with. I'm glad that Lewis had the courage to go on national television. Thank you from someone who has this difficulty.'
'Great resource. Well done. It's fantastic that you have managed to fit so much in this book. It covers so many aspects all in one place.'
'An excellent resource for the clinic. Well done.'
'Wow. What an excellent resource for school nursing.'
'This is a very bright and informative book for young people and all staff around autism.'
'Congratulations! I will have to get a copy.'
My campaign was featured in the Northern Echo. Click here to read the full article.