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Fixers: Dealing with Dissociative Amnesia

A young woman who woke up one morning and could not remember her own name is setting out to help others come to terms with mental health conditions.

Shauna Pugh, from Ystrad Mynach, near Caerphilly, suffers from a rare condition called dissociative amnesia, which is thought to be related to stress, anxiety and depression.

The 21-year-old is now sharing her story with the help of the organisation Fixers, which aims to give young people a voice.

Fixers: Smashing the stigma around mental health

Around 16 per cent of young people in Wales may be struggling with a mental health problem, according to government figures - but most will not recognise that fact.

Now a young woman from Presteigne in Powys, who has fought anorexia and other issues, is determined to educate her generation and smash the stigma.

In our latest update from Fixers - the campaign that helps young people to help others - we hear about plans to hold mental health workshops in schools and colleges.


Fixers: Street Beats

The young members of a dance group in west Wales are asking for help as they prepare to compete at an international festival in America.

They say they have had backing from local people and businesses, but it's much easier for rugby and football clubs to get funding and sponsorship.

Now, with the help of Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - they're getting the message out that dance is for everyone and deserves our support.

Fixers: Freestyle footballer encourages hidden talent

A young man from Cardiff has come up with a novel way of tackling youth unemployment, by encouraging young people to find, and exploit, their hidden talents.

Ash Randall has won the approval of Welsh football legend Neville Southall.

He is now working with Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to show others that a career can come from a surprising source.

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