- Over half of respondents think more ‘support in life skills’ would make a difference to them (58%), closely followed by ‘talking to people’ (51%)
- There is also a desire for help when ‘traveling on public transport’ (45%), and ‘more help with my learning’ (43%)
- Approximately a third of respondents feel that ‘recognising when I need time alone’ (35%), ‘access to information on healthy relationships’ (34%), and ‘access to sporting activities’ (31%) are important, with just over a quarter wanting ‘access to information on sexual advice’ (26%)
- Nearly a fifth of respondents stated that they wanted ‘other’ help (17%); with the most common comments indicating a desire for help in socialising and communication (6%)
What help do you think could make a difference to you?
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Common themes from respondents who chose 'Other' for 'What help do you think could make a difference to you?'
Base: Total sample (280)
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