headspace Adelaide highlighted as best practice in designing spaces for young people

The headspace youth centre that FMSA designed for headspace Adelaide was recognised as a case study for best practice in designing spaces for young people in a new book titled ‘Child & Adolescent Wellbeing & Violence Prevention in Schools’ published by Routledge. 

The chapter and research titled ‘Enhancing the wellbeing of young people: The co-creation of a youth mental health space’ (K Koehne, A Hutton, S Hough and C Slee) was undertaken in partnership with Flinders University, SWAPv Conference, headspace Onkaparinga.

Congratulations to the research team and headspace on their important work supporting youth around Australia – learn more about the book at https://www.routledge.com/9781138104785