The SHINE Booklets:
Towards a Brighter future for all children: Because Every Child Has a Right to be Safe
"The content has been developed, with the dedicated support of our ISPCC Children’s Advisory Committee and CYPSC Sub group members in Monaghan and Cavan , to help empower young people impacted by domestic violence to express their emotions more effectively and to better recognise appropriate and inappropriate relationships. CYPSC member Michelle Treanor, a Therapeutic Support Worker with the Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC), brought her insights and experience from engaging with children, young people and families to bear throughout the development of the ‘Shine’ booklets.
There are three age appropriate booklets and guidelines on Children First, Domestic Violence training and Capacitar training that support workers should be aware of before they use the SHINE booklets with young people.
Guidelines for use of Shine Click here
Shine - A Healthy Relationships Guide for Young Children under 8 Click here
Shine- A Healthy Relationships Guide for Young Children 8-12yrs Click here
Shine- A Healthy Relationships Guide for Young People Click here
Cavan CYPSC Children and Young People's Plan 2019 - 2021
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