The newly re-designed online Wicklow Community Directory has been launched. The directory is a community-led initiative and gives information on a wide range of groups, clubs and agencies offering activities, services and supports across the whole of the county.
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Each and every CYPSC in Ireland is committed to strengthening parenting support in their area. This stems from a well-established recognition by CYPSC of positive parenting for improving outcomes for children and young people.
The first CYPSC National Steering Group meeting of the year was held recently welcoming a new Chairperson, Noelle Spring.
Dublin City North CYPSC publishes its report exploring the nature and extent of services in its area.
Providing a comprehensive picture of the lives of children in Ireland the State of the Nation’s Children Report 2016 has just been published by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA).
Limerick CYPSC recently held a “Think-In” entitled, “Understanding the Needs; Assessing the Outcomes: Using Data and Research to Plan and Evaluate Services for Children and Families”.
‘On the right track’ is a new series of reports based on evaluation findings of programmes for children and young people in Ireland and Northern Ireland.
The Minister for Education and Skills, Mr. Richard Bruton, TD held a briefing session for the Action Plan for Education at St Brogan’s College, Bandon, County Cork.
Dr. Geoffrey Shannon, Ireland’s Special Rapporteur on Child Protection, has applauded collaborative initiatives seeking to protect children online but says that the move toward greater cooperation between services needs to continue apace.
READ Donegal 2017 got off to a great start, when it was launched on 20th January in Letterkenny by local Volunteer, Aidan O’Doherty.
On 16th January, 2017 the Minister for Mental Health and Older People, Helen McEntee, TD, launched new resources designed in County Meath to support young peoples' transitions from primary to post-primary school.
The Parent Hub Donegal have launched their 2017 “Make One Change” Campaign. This challenges and encourages families to make a New Year’s Resolution that improves family life.
The Minister for Mental Health and Older People, Helen McEntee, TD will launch new resources designed in County Meath to support young peoples' transitions from primary to post-primary school.
A guidance document for how CYPSC and Local Community Development Committees will work together to ensure the best outcomes for all children and young people was recently issued to all CYPSC by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs.