A storybook helping young people with mental health issues to live independently.
Thomas Bell, 18, from Stockton-On-Tees is shining a light on invisible illnesses by showing that just because you can’t see someone’s condition doesn’t mean it’s not there.
Katie Goodall, 19, from Neyland, wants to improve support for students with disabilities in schools.
Three sisters from Banbury are challenging negative stereotypes of carer leavers.
Breaghanna McMahon, 17, from Monmouth has created a booklet with her team to help people cope better with school stress.
Abi Fraser, 16, has created a leaflet to educate people on antibiotic resistance
Alisa* wants professionals to spot the signs of CSE
Kate Dickins, 21, from Gravesend wants young people to talk to someone they trust about their mental health
Along with his team, Jack Roberts, 16, from Haverfordwest, Wales, has made a booklet helping young people deal with moving home.
Rebecca Peat, 22, from Stirling, wants young people to take a 'mental health pause' if they need one
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.