There are 2 apps in Bullying

Dragon in the Attic

Dragon in the Attic
developed by Four girls from Horbury Primary School; with support from West Wakefield Health & Wellbeing Ltd, a network of six neighbouring GP practices in Wakefield, West Yorkshire

Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities


Cost: FREE
An App for 8 - 12 year old boys and girls to help them mentally cope with bullying.
Dragon in the Attic was the winner of a local school competition, where “one hundred Year 6 students were involved in the project, creating 20 initial concepts that were shortlisted to six with the help of some peer to peer judging and feedback from their Skype in the Classroom mentors and local GPs. The students presented their health app concepts to a panel of ‘Dragon’s Den’ style judges. Dragon in the Attic was the winning app concept and presented by the winning team from Horbury Primary School.” Horbury Primary School and West Wakefield Health & Wellbeing Ltd. |

Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)  ·  Medical

Hub of Hope

Hub of Hope
developed by Mashbo, with UK mental health charity Chasing the Stigma

Allows networking with other people like me / Family / FriendsSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilitiesInformation


Cost: Free

App and online tool to help people with mental health needs to access patient groups, charities and other sources of support across the UK

“Hub of Hope believes that no matter what you're going through, you shouldn't have to do it alone. Find services local to you using geolocation technology.

The stigma associated with mental health can make it difficult to talk about, however there are services out there with people who understand and are ready to help….

…Using the Hub of Hope is completely free and confidential. You are not required to provide any personal information or pay for use. It is simply there to say, if you should ever need help, whether for you or somebody you are looking after, we’ll make it easier to find.

The Hub of Hope has already been described as a vital and lifesaving tool by charities and mental health trusts.

In less than a year since its launch, the Hub of Hope has had

  • More than 1200 support groups and charities registered
  • Over 16,500 unique users have accessed the hub
  • More than 68,000 unique page views” 
Chasing the Stigma, the UK mental health charity which created the app and online resource. |

Tags: Health, Wellness & Care in the Community (HWCC)

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