Local Resources

South Dublin CYPSC News & Resources

Ukraine Information Resources 

The South Dublin Community Response Forum provides information on local supports available to refugees and displaced persons living in South Dublin County.  You can also find updates on services available in South Dublin County on the Community Response Forum Facebook page.

Irish Government Central Information Access point for information on how to access all supports, including accommodation, social welfare, education and health care CLICK HERE

                                 Ukrainian Language Link      Russian Language Link

-Citizen Information .  CLICK HERE

Irish Refugee Council Ukrainian Language Information Helpline now open to  support people who have fled Ukraine. Ukrainian and Russian speakers staff the helpline.

Opening times: Monday to Friday 10:00am to 1.00pm Telephone number: +353 (1) 913 1528

Finding Childcare or  A School Place NEW 

Childcare - . You can contact your local County Childcare Committee  who can direct you to the appropriate local childcare provider www.southdublinchildcare.ie  NEW

School Places-Children aged between 4 and 19 will be supported to access public primary or post-primary education provided by the State. Parents & Careers Guide to School Enrolment   ENGLISH OR UKRAINIAN

-Education & Department of Education Regional & Educational Language Teams (REALT)  CLICK HERE NEW

-The Tusla Education Support Service can assist you to find school for your child / children. Contact them CLICK HERE

-A list of all schools is avaialable, to you help you find your local schools CLICK HERE

-Tips for Parents & Learning Resources CLICK HERE 

Youth Informatin Supports & Third Level Education 

Crosscare informaiton page provides information on various government and NGOs websites explaning what Youth Information is and where they can access it. Click Here

QQI has published a guide, in Ukrainian, to its online foreign qualifications recognition service (NARIC).  This guide will help those arriving from Ukraine compare their qualifications to similar awards on the Irish National Framework of Qualifications, and may assist them in accessing education and employment opportunities here in Ireland.

Health Supports

HSE Repsonse Site www.hse.ie/ukraine - updated with guides and information on health service in Ukrainian, Russian, and new Emergency Multilingual Aid assistance manuals 

-Responding to Trauma Helpful Do's & Dont's published by the Psychological Society of Ireland NEW

Parenting Supports

Tusla local Contact List

South Dublin County Partnership children and family activities. for a full list of activities planned for January to April 2022 CLICK HERE NEW 

Quarryvale Family Resource Centre list of current services and upcoming programmes click here

List of parent programmes currenlty availalble through Foróige click here

Killinarden Dropin Service Opens NEW

A number of local services have been working to establish a drop in support service in the Killinarden area for parents. This group included  local services working in the community to develop this with support from CYPSC & local CFSN Co-ordinators working in the area.   The new drop in service is available to parents every Thursday monring by appointment in Killinarden Community Centre. Phone 0879078763

Progressing Disablity Services 

PDS is a significant change programme for the provision of therapeutic services for children from birth to 18 years of age. It is being rolled out nationally by the HSE in partnership with its funded voluntary organisations. PDS will

  • Provide a clear pathway and fairer access to services for all children with a disability.
  • Make the best use of available resources for the benefit of children and their families
  • Ensure effective teams working in partnership with families and with education staff to support children with a disability to reach their full potential.

PDS requires pooling together all resources, including staff, facilities and equipment, from the different voluntary agencies and the HSE providing specialist children’s disability services, in order to set up Children’s Disability Network Teams (CDNTs). A CDNT comprises a team of health and social care professionals who will provide services for a specific geographical area. Details for local contacts can be found here