Dublin City North CYPSC hosted a “Projects and Progress 2018” event featuring a number of successful and important programmes of their CYPSC work.
A Progressive Pathways Fair for youth with intellectual disabilities has taken place in Tralee, County Kerry.
Thirty five members from Monaghan CYPSC and Subgroups participated in a "Cultivating Collaboration" event held in Castleblayney, County Monaghan.
Cavan Rainbow Youth were awarded the 2018 Excellence in Local Government Award for the Health and Well-being Category.
The Children and Young People's Plan of Dublin City North CYPSC is now available.
CYPSC: Enhancing child and youth well-being national event took place in Dublin in October 2018. Key note speaker presentations and more are now available.
Donegal CYPSC launched it's Children & Young People’s Plan 2018-2020 with a Learning Seminar entitled, ‘Re-imagining Disability; from Accepting Diversity to True Inclusion’.
Teachers, School Completion Programme Workers and Educational Welfare Officers marked the launch of the Roscommon School Refusal Resource Pack.
CYPSC: enhancing child and youth well-being / Feabhas a chur ar leas leanaí agus daoine óga is the title of this year's national event on the 3rd and 4th October 2018.
Out now Waterford CYPSC Summer 2018 Newsletter! A round up of inter-agency working for children and young people.
"Explore Play Learn" an interactive, play based, showcase event for parents and their children is taking place this September in County Clare. It is one of many local events during Tusla National Child and Family Support Week.
Tusla Child and Family Agency is about to undertake its first ever national promotional campaign in print, online, on radio and outdoors to highlight the family support services it offers and funds around the country.
Wexford CYPSC and Wexford Library Service Launch “Parenting Today”: A Series of Free Talks in County Wexford Libraries in 2018.
Galway CYPSC launches plan for early years services: “Supporting our children in their early years is the best investment we can make in ensuring their future success.”
Using creative means to communicate, children explain to parents what they need to be happy and healthy when Roscommon CYPSC launched findings from their extensive consultation process with children.