“My Place to Play” promotes the importance of play; increases developmental activities for babies including tummy time and sensory development; and encourages parent-child bonding.
CYPSC are pleased to be a partner in Government's "Keep Well" Campaign to promote national resilience over the Winter months.
The topic of sexual health and relationships is a very important issue. Partners in Waterford worked together to provide youth-friendly information.
A new website for Dun Laoghaire Rathdown that lets young people search for services based on how they are feeling, where their ‘headspace is at’ and what kind of service contact they want.
Six hundred Mental Wellbeing Care Packages were delivered to young people across Louth to raise awareness of the importance of mental well-being in these difficult times
A cavalcade of cars, of Staff and of Volunteers set off from the Bluestack Special Needs Foundation in Donegal Town to deliver sensory support gift bags to help families to cope during the COVID-19 public health restrictions.
Louth CYPSC is delighted to announce an exciting initiative with Dundalk Credit Union and the Health Service Executive to encourage children and young people to write letters to those who are cocooning during the Covid 19 crisis.
Children and Young People's Services Committees are pleased to support the Children's Rights Alliance's newly launched Food Provision Scheme.
Across Ireland during the COVID-19 crisis CYPSC continue working to ensure that service responses for children, young people and families are co-ordinated and meeting needs. We have prepared a shortcut to each CYPSC area information.
As part of the national response to Covid-19, the Department of Health, the Department of Rural and Community Development and the Health Service Executive are working closely to support stakeholders and community groups. Important public health information to prevent the spread of Covid-19 is available.
Over 7,000 children in County Clare are excited to receive delivery of The Imagination Playground, a modern resource that assists in the development of children’s motor and cognitive skills.
Wexford services gathered recently to learn about each other's services and receive their copies of a new sign-posting tool to support families that need to access Child and Youth Mental Health Services.
An interagency response to support the development needs of the growing number of children living in or born in to homelessness has won a 2019 Irish Healthcare Centre Award.
The Faculties of Paediatrics and Public Health of the Royal College of Physicians call for urgent action to address the serious harm to the health of children experiencing homelessness and inadequate housing.
When schools have knowledge, confidence and skills to accommodate different gender identities in the classroom, young people achieve better outcomes.