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Social Care Ireland Annual Conference 2024

April 10 @ 9:30 am - April 11 @ 5:00 pm

€40.00 – €220.00

Save the date for next years conference – 2nd and 3rd of April 2025 in the Fairways in Dundalk!

Thank you to all the presenters and delegates that attended this years annual Social Care Ireland conference in the Radisson Blu in Cork. The conference committee rely on volunteers to make it a success and we value your feedback so we can make it even better!

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The title of this years conference is; Beyond Registration: the challenges of equality, diversity and inclusion for social care workers and the communities they serve. The long-awaited registration for social care workers opens in November 2023. This important juncture provides the opportunity to examine the broader context within which the profession operates, beyond registration. This year’s theme seeks to address the very real challenges of growing inequality in Irish society and the crucial role played by social care workers in bringing about change. Central to this is the lived experience of marginalised and socially excluded groups in society. This conference aims to give a voice to such lived experiences and how these have brought about positive social change. We also recognise the challenges experienced by the social care workforce in an unequal society. To explore this year’s theme we welcome papers/workshop proposals that address innovative practice and give a voice to the lived experience.

PRESENTATIONS: 

DAY ONE 10TH APRIL 2024

Workshop 1: Supporting those with lived experience through trauma informed embodied practicesMaura O Donoghue

Policy and Practice 2: Exploring Equality Diversity Inclusion (EDI) principles in relation to social care student supervision on placement through the lived experience of social care workers and students Noelle Reilly & Christina Sieber
Supporting black and brown female social care students on professional practice placementEileen Farrell, Dr Maeve Doyle, Wioletta Jacob and two students.

Workshop 3: Soothing the nervous system: Art and somatic exercises to counteract stress and adversity in the lives of social care workers
– Jennifer McGarr and Marian Connell

Policy and Practice 4: ‘Relational justice and relational pedagogy in social care educationDr Niall Hanlon

‘Embodying a trauma-informed universal design for learning in social care pedagogyDr Catherine Ann O’ Connell and Emma Aherne

5. Research: Co-production in action: How HIQA and Tusla co-produced a toolkit to support and enhance effective communication between children, families and foster carers and Tusla staff’ Sarah Fitzgerald and Maria MacInnes
‘Throwing out the rulebook’ sharing research learning from co-creating and co-producing research with those with lived/living or learned experiences of substance use and/or mental health challengesSusan Barnes
‘Our lives, our voices, our future; Insights into the mental health experiences of traveller men and its implications for social care practice’.
– David Friel

6.  Research (post-grad): How social care workers talk about professionalisation and how this will impact beyond registration’.Fiona Walshe
Continuing professional development in times of transition; effective supervision in social care competencies & CORU’. Michelle Coe

7 Workshop: DDP – not a parcel company – a way to deliver the relational security and connection that heals attachment rupture and early complex trauma Sez Morse & Edwina Grant

 

 

 

More information to follow here is a short YouTube video from the conference in 2022

 

 

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Start:
April 10 @ 9:30 am
End:
April 11 @ 5:00 pm
Cost:
€40.00 – €220.00
Event Category:
Website:
https://socialcareireland.ie/events/category/sci-cpd-events/

Venue

Radisson Blu Hotel
Ditchley House
Little Island, Cork Cork Ireland
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Phone
353+214297000
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Organiser

Charlotte Burke
Email
cpd@socialcareireland.ie

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