Ways to support Young Voices of Invisible Illness Young Voices Animation This fun animation created by Teapot Trust's Young Voices Group shows what life can be like for children who have chronic physical conditions that are not always outwardly visible. Developed by children and young people aged 7 to 12, the animation hopes to raise awareness about the challenges of coping with invisible illnesses and their affects on mental wellbeing. Within the group, they explored their invisible condition as an animal and were asked, 'What does it look like?', 'If it could talk, what would it say?'. Using characters and storytelling helps promote the experiences of the young people and tap into the audience’s sense of empathy and understanding. By sharing this resource, we are hoping to help other children and young people understand chronic conditions and help tackle the stigma surrounding invisible conditions and mental health. Thank you to the Young Voices for helping raise awareness in such a creative and relatable way and to the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Healthy Minds Network for making this possible. If you'd like to share the video with your school, hospital, or community group, please get in touch, and we can provide the appropriate format.