An interagency response to support the development needs of the growing number of children living in or born in to homelessness has won a 2019 Irish Healthcare Centre Award.
The Faculties of Paediatrics and Public Health of the Royal College of Physicians call for urgent action to address the serious harm to the health of children experiencing homelessness and inadequate housing.
The Department of Children and Youth Affairs has launched Shared Vision, Next Steps 2019 - 24 providing a road map for the further development of the CYPSC initiative over the next five years.
The Roscommon CYPSC Newsletter is now available to read or download.
Providing easily accessible information for parents, the Wexford Parents Hub is now on-line, ready to support parents and families in their parenting role.
Have you checked out our Events Calendar recently? CYPSC interagency working is bringing services and organisations together all over Ireland. Find out what's happening in your local CYPSC area for children, young people, families and service providers.
Wexford CYPSC launches an information campaign for parents and care-givers on the importance of promoting early literacy.
Our Summer 2019 issue of the CYPSC ezine is here. Read about the latest CYPSC happenings across Ireland.
Staff from Gaisce The President's Award and CYPSC staff participated in a joint workshop to explore the creation of a system to increase and strengthen CYPSC youth participation.
Cork has launched parenting support leaflets providing practical advice to help parents support their child’s social and emotional wellbeing.
South Dublin CYPSC and the Childhood Development Initiative (CDI) recently launched a report on the needs and priorities of families experiencing homelessness within the South Dublin CYPSC area.
When schools have knowledge, confidence and skills to accommodate different gender identities in the classroom, young people achieve better outcomes.
A school transport solution developed by Meath CYPSC and partners has succeeded in improving educational outcomes for students from Windtown, County Meath. This service now needs sustained funding to continue.
Tipperary Children and Young People's Plan (CYPP) is the culmination of consultations with children, young people, parents and front-line staff in children and young people's services.
Louth CYPSC hosted the first training event in the county on the Non-Violent Resistance model (NVR).