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Cork charity Ag Eisteacht is running an ABLE brief intervention training in Cork for practitioners working in health, social care and community settings. The ABLE (Adopt a relational approach, Build, Listen and Empower) model develops practitioners’ ability to build relationships and to manage boundaries. The training is approved for CPD purposes by Social Care Ireland, Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists ( IASLT), Irish Academy of Audiologists ( IAOA), the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland, the Irish Association of Social Workers, the Irish College of General Practitioners, the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery at the Royal College of…Find out more »
Supporting people to live lives of their choosing Call for submissions for Plenary Presentations and Poster Displays The Quality Improvement Team in the National Disability Operations Office is planning a National Sharing day (along the lines of the Patient Safety Sharing Day but for providers of disability services) on the 25th September 2019. The theme of the Sharing Day will be “supporting people to live lives of their choosing” and will focus on examples of good practice around the country in meeting the 9 outcome domains from the Quality Framework for outcomes-focussed Disability Services. The Sharing Day will emphasise Continuous…Find out more »
Save the Date The National Health & Social Care Professionals Office is hosting a conference on 1st October 2019Find out more »
ABLE Cork charity, Ag Eisteacht, is running additional brief intervention training courses in Cork and Dublin for frontline staff working in health, social care and community roles. The ABLE model develops practitioners’ ability to build relationships and to manage boundariesFind out more »