fact sheets and booklets for young people

Find fact sheets and booklets for young people with additional needs.

Young woman using a laptopAre you looking for information with easy-to-understand words and pictures? Check out Amaze’s fact sheets and booklets for young people with additional needs.

You can also find Easy Read fact sheets on lots of different topics online. We’ve put together a list of some websites with these fact sheets for you.

Amaze's fact sheets and booklets for young people

stressedManaging stress [pdf 809kb]

Get tips and advice on how to manage stress in this easy-to-read fact sheet. Answer the questions to figure out what the best ways to manage stress are for you.


5 ways to wellbeing5 ways to wellbeing [pdf 535kb]

Find out about 5 simple things you can do to look after your wellbeing. If you do these regularly, it can help you feel happier and healthier. There’s space for you to fill in your ideas for how to use the 5 ways in your own life, too.


Thinking about your future [pdf 6mb]

This booklet is for young people in Year 9 who are starting to think about what they want to do after school. It can help you think about the future and start making plans.


Standing woman leans down to the level of teenager sitting down to talk together

How Amazing Futures works with young people [pdf 107kb]

Amaze believes all young people have the right to be heard, respected and fully included in the community. This is at the core of all our work. Learn more about our ethos and values.

Peer supporters mental health handbook [pdf 6mb]

Our Amazing Futures interns in East Sussex have created a brilliant guide to mental health for the young people who volunteer as peer supporters with the project. 

Websites with Easy Read fact sheets

logo reading "Brighton and Hove City Council" with an illustration of the Royal Pavilion, on a bright pink backgroundBrighton & Hove City Council

  • the council’s learning disability team
  • help with health and care
  • Covid-19
  • how to have your say

Logo reading "East Sussex County Council" with blue wavy linesEast Sussex County Council

  • Covid-19 resources



logo reading "mencap: the voice of learning disability". The design is bright pink and has a white speech bubble.Mencap


logo reading "easyhealth.org.uk" Easy Health

  • Health information



logo reading "Ambitious about Autism" with three overlapping triangles pointing right, in orange, green and blueAmbitious about autism

  • Race and racism

Got questions but can’t find what you’re looking for? Maybe our SENDIASS advisers can help. We can talk through what’s bothering you, and offer information on lots of topics. Call us on 01273 772289, or email sendiass@amazesussex.org.uk

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