As the HSE can’t deliver our Stress Control classes in the community just now, Dr Jim White will, instead, live-stream the classes until December, free-of-charge. Click here to get all the dates. To find out more about Stress Control click here
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When you keep your distance, no matter how awkward it feels, you’re protecting yourself and those around you from the spread of COVID-19. But when you drop your guard, When groups get together, When you shake hands or hug someone you love, When you step forward instead of taking a step back, You could become […]
Stay safe and protect your community by following public health guidelines. Your Family Resource Centre is here to provide further guidance and information so get in touch! https://www.familyresource.ie/
Connected for life will host an online webinar for parents entitled How Early Experiences Can Impact Us Throughout Our Life- Webinar. This 2-hour webinar is one of a series of online events aimed to provide support and reassurance to parents, wherever they are on their parenting journey. The webinar will take place on 10th November. […]
The Family Resource Centre National Forum launched ‘Our Story’ earlier this week. It locates the work of Family Resource Centre’s within current Government policy and demonstrates how FRCs work with individuals, families and communities responding to locally identified needs. To find out more about what the FRC’s do to support communities across Ireland CLICK HERE […]
The Director of The Economic and Social Research Institute invites you to the webinar Supporting young people’s sexual health and wellbeing through evidence and practice Tuesday 10th November at 13:00 The event will see the launch of the ESRI/Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy Programme (SHCPP), HSE Health and Wellbeing research report ‘Talking about sex and […]
Barnardos now have free parent webinars about online safety. Delivered via Zoom by an experienced trainer, they are 45 minutes in length, with Q+A after. Click on this link Barnardos OSP Webinar Parents for information about the content, but you can sign up for a time and date that suits you on their website here – […]
Together with Eurofound and the European Parliament Liaison Office in Sweden, we are pleased to invite you to our next upcoming online event that will look at the challenges young people in particular face during the COVID-19 pandemic. The event Being Young in the COVID-19 Pandemic takes place on Friday 23 October at 11am IST. […]
Join us for insight, understanding and strategies for action to address the impact that alcohol advertising is having on children and young people. Event will be of interest to parents, teachers, coaches, youth workers, Drug and Alcohol Task Forces and those working in the area of public health. ICAAN are delighted to announce an amazing […]
The “Mind Yourself Guide” is a Mental Health and Wellbeing Reading Guide that’s a fantastic resource. Children’s Books Ireland (CBI) have made it available for download here: https://cbi-reading-guides-archive.s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/CBI-ReadingGuide_Mind_Yourself.pdf Parents can use it to discover relevant books to support their children around worries, sadness, loneliness, anxiety and any number of feelings they many want to explore. […]
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