Ireland's Minister for Children, Roderic O’Gorman T.D., publishes the sixth and final Annual Report for the ‘Better Outcomes, Brighter Futures (BOBF) National Policy Framework for Children and Young People’.
Some recently published county Children and Young People’s Plans are now available online to read.
Wexford CYPSC's Children and Young People’s Plan Autumn 2020-2023 was recently launched online and is now available to download and read.
A show for babies aged 0-12 months I AM BABA created by Anna Newell and presented by The Civic, Tallaght commences a Nationwide Tour September - November 2021, supported by CYPSC.
The length and breadth of Ireland services for children, young people and families continue to pull together to respond to needs in their county as Ireland lives through the Public Health Emergency.
“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.
Monaghan CYPSC and Cavan CYPSC have launched three age-appropriate booklets for children and young people, exploring healthy and unhealthy relationships.
Kerry Children and Young People’s Services Committee is delighted to present their new and improved local website.
The digital launch of Clare CYPSC’s Children and Young People’s Plan is taking place today across a range of social media platforms.
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.
Waterford Children and Young People’s Services Committee (CYPSC) launched its Children and Young People's Plan '19 - '22 in City Hall, Waterford. The overall purpose of Waterford CYPSC is to ensure better outcomes for children and young people through enhanced co-ordination of local services and organisations.
The South Dublin Children and Young People's Service Committee offers its deep condolences to the family and friends of the three children who tragically lost their lives on Friday.
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.
Have you checked out our Events Calendar recently? CYPSC interagency working is bringing services and organisations together all over Ireland. Find out what's happening in your local CYPSC area for children, young people, families and service providers.