Cork Children & Young People's Services Committee

Cork Celebrates World Children's Day

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BEREAVED CHILDREN AWARENESS CAMPAIGN NOVEMBER 2022

Please see below a series of digital resources available to download and the registration links for the events during Bereaved Children's Awareness Week 2022 - Irish Childhood Bereavement Network

Children are the "hidden mourners" in our society they feel the loss over a lifetime, and in different ways: as they grow and learn to understand the real meaning of death and loss. Every child has different needs, perspectives and understandings of what death means.   

Spread the Awareness!

For this year's awareness campaign, we are asking you to take one minute to watch this video to learn how you can help. Children grieve too. So, what can you do?

Online Schedule:

Supporting Children & Young People with Additional Needs Through Grief    Date & Time: 9th of November, 12:30pm - 2pm 

Supporting Your Child Through Grief – An Open Evening for Families  Date & Time: 14th of November, 7.30-8.30pm  

Knowledge & Development sharing in the Bereavement Community - Q&A session Date & Time: 16th of November, 12:30pm – 2pm 

Working with Bereaved Children – Examples of practice & lessons learned Date & Time: 17th of November, 12:30pm – 2pm 

In conversation with Julie Stokes, in collaborating with the Childhood Bereavement Network. Date & Time: 22nd of November, 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Children, young people, neuro-divergence and grief, Childhood Bereavement Network. Date & Time: 23rd of November, 12:00pm – 1:00pm

TLC KIDZ PROJECT

The TLCKIDZ  project  Offers support for Children and their Mothers who have experienced Domestic Violence and Abuse

For the Brochure and Referral form click the links below

Ukrainian Crisis

We are working with the City and County Council, Cork Sanctuary Movement and Cork Migrant Centre and others to map supports available. These links may provide helpful information:

https://www.gov.ie/en/publication/7f71f-faqs-for-ukrainian-nationals/

https://www.irishimmigration.ie/faqs-for-ukraine-nationals-and-residents-of-ukraine/

Tusla Ukrainian Response

For information on the Tusla 'Child and Family Agency' Response to supporting Ukrainian Families please go to:  https://www.tusla.ie/ukraine-response/

  1. https://www.tusla.ie/ukraine-response/ukraine/
  2. https://www.tusla.ie/ukraine-response/russia/

Cork Services:

Cork City Council Community Response Map

Organisations, services and Supports Available in Cork

https://corkcity.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=667557cbd5d04cd0840c539832fb982e

Cork ETB

Cork Education and Training Board (Cork ETB) is the State education and training authority for Cork.  Cork ETB provides, supports and co-ordinates education, training and youth services in Cork city and county.

For information on Education supports for Ukrainian families please click on the link

 https://www.corketb.ie/education-support-for-ukraine/

Cork Migrant Centre

Based at Nano Nagle Place in Cork City

Provides free confidential and current information on access to services and immigration issues. The centre is committed to advocating on behalf of migrant children, families and communities, and to ensure they have access to services and supports they need to alleviate the day to day challenges and provide them the best opportunities to empower them individually and collectively

Contact Naomi Masheti 0860137616

or naomi:nanonagleplace.ie

0214193587

Fionuala O'Connell is the Youth Coordinator contact her on 0861382140 or youth@nanonagleplace.ie

Together Razem 

Supporting Polish and East Central European migrants with Mental wellbeing Support, Information Clinics, Education , Fostering Integration

021 4395588

info@together-razem.org

http://www.together-razem.org

CHILD CARE COMMITEES

Cork City and County Child Care  are available to support any organisation with regard to childcare for families. 

Cork City Childcare Committee:

info@corkcitychildcare.ie

021 431 0500

or

Cork County Childcare Committee

info@corkchildcare.ie

022 23 880

Supporting Pupils from Ukraine - Irish National Teachers' Organisation

https://www.into.ie/help-advice/education-curriculum/ukraine-2/

Tusla Education Support Services

Parent and Carers Guide to School Applicationa

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COVID 19
Click here for information on supporting children, young people and families in Cork,

 Click here for COVID-19 Wellbeing Resources - CYPSC Stay Safe. Stay Well.

Cork CYPSC have created a page to share information regarding the current level of service provision and supports available for children, young people and families to support your health and wellbeing.
Please go to the Covid-19 Service Information and Updates section for more information.


Supporting Parents

How to support your child's social and emotional well-being. To view the 6 Parent Action Leaflets please click here 

Cork’s CYPSC  Supporting Parents Subgroup has made a series of Parent Action Leaflets because we understand that supporting children’s social and emotional well-being can bring its own challenges. We suggest 6 Parent Actions with simple advice for each stage of your child’s social and emotional development to help you both on your journey together.

These were developed following a consultation with parents across the Cork area, please click here to view the consultation document.

Multi-lingual Parent Action Leaflets:

  • Pour voir les dépliants d’action des parents dans Français, veuillez cliquer ici
     
  • Norėdami peržiūrėti parent action leaflets Lietuvių kalba, spauskite čia
     
  • Aby zapoznać się z ulotkami akcji rodziców w języku Polskim, kliknij tutaj

Cork CYPSC Supporting Parents Subgroup have adapted the Parent Action Leaflets to an online resource. Please click on the links below to watch the videos.

Introduction to Parent Action Videos

Parent Action 1: Spend time with your child.


 

Parent Action 2: Helping children and young people understand and express their feelings.


 

Parent Action 3: Help your child adapt to changes.


 

Parent Action 4: Help yourself to help you as a parent.


Parent Action 5: Help your child stay technology safe.


 

Parent Action 6: Help your child celebrate difference so everyone belongs.


 

Cork CYPSC Supporting Parents Subgroup members 


Children and Young Peoples Plan (CYPP)

Cork CYPSC has a three-year strategic plan which runs for the period 2019 to 2021 and was developed following extensive research, consultation and analysis, which resulted in the identification of issues, challenges and solution pathways. Covid-19 is having a major impact on the lives of children, young people and their families. Cork CYPSC will aim to address the emerging needs being identified by adapting our 3 year action plan with a focus on social and emotional wellbeing.

Barry Murray, Area Manager for Cork, Tusla the Child and Family Agency

Chairperson, Cork Children and Young People's Services Committee


Click here to view our current priorities.

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