aip Exhibitions sponsors Y:AMHS blog page 

Who are aip Exhibitions?  

aip Exhibitions is a locally based company, headed up by founder Richard Perkes. They are specialists in on-campus employer brand activations, offering creative, design, production and project management services for all your event and exhibition requirements. They work with a wide variety of organisations to design events and exhibitions and often work in the graduate recruitment space helping companies inspire students and young people into considering different careers. They are made up of a small permanent team but they also use a small network of freelancers who help them from time to time too. If you'd like to find out more about what they do, head over to  

What prompted them to get involved with Y:AMHS?  

Richard got in touch with us here at Y:AMHS when he heard we were looking for a local company to sponsor our blog page. Richard said, "I am thrilled to be able to support Y:AMHS as I know the challenges many young people have faced, especially over the last few years, and I think having a blog to share stories, experiences and be able to connect people together can hopefully have a really positive impact." 

What will we see on the Y:AMHS blog?  

We will be highlighting some of the issues faced by children and young people with mental ill health and their families, as well as talking about the work of other charities, such as Young Minds and West Sussex Mind, who work to support families dealing with mental ill health as well as campaigning for better services and providing robust research around children and young people's mental health. We will also feature stories from young people themselves and their families who have experienced mental ill health, finding out what helps and what doesn't and what they would like to see happening to help #changethestory.  

We want to hear from you! 

We really want to use this blog to bring together the experiences of people living in our community, sharing our stories and at the same time, sharing our support of children and young people living in our area.  
If you'd like to share your story with us, please get in touch by emailing  
Alternatively, if you're aged between 10-18, you can complete our quick survey to let us know bit about your experiences.  
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