The Department of Children and Youth Affairs (DCYA) has issued the second edition of their Better Outcomes Brighter Futures newsletter.
The website www.loveparenting.ie won two awards at the recent Littlewoods Ireland Blog Awards on Thursday the 6th of October.
Wexford CYPSC launched its new website on Thursday 14th October. The website contains information on services and supports available for children, young people and families in County Wexford.
The Donegal Parent Hub Committee hosted a Family Support Information Day attended by over 100 professionals and volunteers working in County Donegal.
The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and the Children’s Research Network for Ireland and Northern Ireland are co-hosting a one-day seminar on the 6th October 2016 for those interested in using research evidence to inform their work.
Seventy-five representatives from a range of agencies working with children and young people in County Tipperary attended a Consultation Workshop in Thurles this Summer.
A new plan which aims to enhance and support the health and wellbeing of children in Galway City during their early years was launched recently.
The Department of Justice and Equality invites applications from voluntary, not-for-profit organisations for its Disability Awareness Raising Grant Scheme 2016. The aim is to support the promotion of positive attitudes towards persons with disabilities.
Kildare CYPSC Chairperson, Patricia Finlay and Kildare CYPSC members were delighted to join the local community in welcoming Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Katherine Zappone to Kildare Town where she officially launched the Hive, Kildare’s new innovative youth hub.
There was a high level of interest in the Tusla Recruitment campaign for CYPSC Co-ordinators and County Donegal was no exception.
The Nurture Programme – Infant Health and Wellbeing is a recently launched programme of work designed to improve the information and professional supports that the Health Service Executive (HSE) and its related agencies provide to parents during pregnancy and during the first three years of their baby’s life.
At a recent conference in Dundalk, County Louth, delegates heard how agencies have come together to break down barriers and take a truly holistic approach to child well-being and family support.
The national CYPSC Steering Group was delighted to receive a visit to their June meeting from the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Katherine Zappone, TD.
Roscommon CYPSC and Galway CYPSC recently launched initiatives to support the transition of children from pre-school to primary school called “This is Me”.
Youth Action Project Sligo (YAPS) is very active within the Sligo Leitrim CYPSC as a member of a number of CYPSC sub groups.