Capire hosted a co-design process on behalf of IPC Health to develop a youth engagement tool around gambling harm and help-seeking.


Youth Engagement Resource


IPC Health was delivering a youth engagement resource as part of its partnership with the Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation. The resource was to be a tool around gambling harm and help-seeking that can be used and shared among young people. Capire hosted a four-phase co-design process on behalf of IPC Health to develop the resource.

Objectives and approach
The co-design process involved young people, the Young Leaders of the West, and other stakeholders. The process aimed to capture a diverse range of voices and ideas, in order to develop the youth engagement resource and ensure it meets the needs of its intended audience.

Delivered through a series of online and in-person workshops, each phase focused on a different objective. These objectives included:

  • explore opportunities for the resource
  • understand young people’s assumptions and behaviours around gambling
  • brainstorm ideas for the resource
  • test and review the resource’s design, content and usability.

A set of card games was designed and printed. This resource will be used by schools, community groups and health professionals to start conversations around the harms of gambling.

Young Leaders of the West | Cards to Connect - Starting the conversation

  • Client
    IPC Health
  • Year Completed
  • Location
    Altona Meadows, Victoria