Dynamite are a group whose job it is to speak up for young disabled people and make sure that services for young people listen to young people’s opinions.
Anyone can be a part of the group if they are aged 14 to 25 and have a disability or a special educational need and if they use services in Portsmouth.
On the 11th of February from 6pm to 8pm we are having a pizza evening at the Frank Sorrell Centre in Southsea.
At the pizza evening we will be talking about ‘emotional wellbeing’.
Emotional wellbeing is about being able to cope with difficult emotions like anger, worry or sadness.
We will be talking in groups about what we think would help young people with a disability to get the right support when they experience these difficult emotions.
There will be a chance for us to talk about our own experiences of having help with emotional wellbeing.
After the event the things that we talked about in groups will go into a report.
The report will help services for young people know what they are doing well and what they should be doing better.
There will also be a chance to meet some of the people whose job it is to help young people in Portsmouth with emotional wellbeing and to ask those people questions.
The event is free and there will be free pizza for everyone attending.
We would really like it if you were able to come, please let us know by text, phone or email.
You can phone or text 07905 682886 or you can emailDynamiteportsmouth@gmail.com
If there is a way we can make attending the event easier for you then let us know and we will do what we can to help.
If you are attending please also let us know if you have any dietry requirements or medical needs that we should know about.
We look forward to hearing from you.