“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.
Seven organisations who work together in North West Connemara were delighted to receive an Investing in Children Award recently for their work with young people in the area.
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.
Over 70 services attended the online launch of the first interagency plan to improve health, education, safety and civic participation for children and young people living in the county of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown.
Monaghan CYPSC and Cavan CYPSC have launched three age-appropriate booklets for children and young people, exploring healthy and unhealthy relationships.
The education subgroup of Fingal CYPSC has developed a practical workbook for 6th class students transferring to secondary school.
Limerick CYPSC has launched its online Back To School campaign in collaboration with the East Limerick Child and Family Support Network.
A new free Parent Support Line is now available in Donegal. The Donegal Parent Support line is being co-ordinated by the Donegal Family Resource Centre Network in association with a wide range of community and voluntary organisations involved in family support.
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
Pramerica has kindly donated ten refurbished laptops to support 10 students through COVID-19, in response to the Donegal CYPSC Laptop Appeal.
We at CYPSC think that Ireland’s expression of love and care for children and young people can be found all around in families, in communities and in the range of services our state provides.
Community and voluntary organisations on the ground in Donegal are working hard to try and alleviate the level of hardship being encountered as a result of COVID-19.
A series of 5 videos designed to support parents and children navigate online safety were launched this week.