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Kazzum Arts uses creativity to enable children and young people who have been impacted by trauma and adversity to feel seen, heard and valued. They do this by providing opportunities to explore creative expression and agency through multidisciplinary arts activities.

Kazzum Arts works with young people who have experienced high levels of Adverse Childhood Experiences which have resulted in social, emotional and mental health issues, communication needs, disabilities, exclusion and displacement. Their programmes use creative activities as a means of building confidence, communication skills, creativity and engagement in learning, whilst also helping children and young people to develop healthy relationships with others and the world around them.

Their programmes have been developed in consultation with young people and are delivered by a diverse team of skilled artist facilitators in partnership with a range of spaces including schools, hospitals, and community settings. Kazzum Arts thinks imaginatively and compassionately about the worlds of young people, using creativity to make memorable experiences that last well beyond childhood.

Join Alex Evans as he explores an introduction to Trauma informed practice in this 1 hour workshop online.

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