Well-being is much more than being well.
It is about being able to live your life; to make choices; to be able to enjoy yourself; be inspired to achieve what you want and reach even higher.
It is about having caring and loving relationships with people who support you through life's ups and downs. Your life is valuable but at any age it can leave you with worries and questions.
Below are useful links to web pages that may be useful to you when you looking for advice or have questions about life.
Counselling service for young people aged 14 to 25 years of age.
- BBC - Advice
Helping you get through life! Covering wide range of subjects.
BBC - Advice
- Meeting Point
a forum for young disabled people aged 10-18 years. It is run by Scope, the charity that supports disabled people and their families. The Meeting Point forum is a closed room, meaning that the only people who can view it, post messages and interact with users are the young people registered by Scope. You can use the forum to talk to other young disabled people about the things that are important to you, to find out information, to ask questions of the Scope team or just to chat.
To find out more and to register on the forum go to
- The Site
Website providing information on sex and relationships, work and study, travel and free time, health and wellbeing and much more. You can also ask a question online and receive a personalised reply on any of the issues above.
- Young Minds
National charity committed to improving the mental health of all children and young people under 25. Offers information to young people about mental health and emotional well-being.
- Get Connected
Get Connected provides support and help to young people by emotionally supporting the them as they explain what's going on, exploring the options available to the young person and enabling the young person to get in touch with the service that can help them best.
Helpline: 0808 808 4994 open 1pm-11pm every day.
Last updated: Fri 21 Oct 2011 at 14:35