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October 2018

Understanding Attachment Disorder II – Joanne Fortune

October 8 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Wisom centre Sophia housing Dublin, 25 Cork Street, Merchants Quay
Dublin, Ireland
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€20 – €40 Sold out

Practical Play and Therapeutic Techniques for working with trauma in children and young people

Joanne Fortune, Solamh is back by popular demand with Social Care Ireland and she will facilitate a day in Dublin that teaches therapeutic techniques suitable for working with trauma and disrupted attachment in children and young people. The techniques will be presented within the theoretical framework of trauma and attachment. Participants will leave the day with practical skills to add to their therapeutic toolkit in working with traumatised children and young people.

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Advocacy & Decision Making- Disability Special Interest Group Conference

October 10 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Irish Human Rights and equality Commission, 16-22 Green Street
Dublin 7, Dublin 7 D07 CR20 Ireland
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€10 – €20 9 tickets left

'Advocacy & Decision Making' 10th October 2018 9:30 am-3:30 pm Venue: Irish Human Rights & Equality Commission, Dublin This is the first year the Disability Special Interest Group with Social Care Ireland will host their first conference on Advocacy & Decision Making. Key note Speakers: Biography; Dr Eilionoir Flynn Eilionoir is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Law and Director of the Centre for Disability Law and Policy, National University of Ireland Galway. She is a graduate of University College Cork (BCL, PhD), and published her first book with Cambridge University Press in 2011, entitled ‘From Rhetoric to Action:…

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Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act 2015- Two day training

October 16 @ 9:30 am - October 17 @ 4:30 pm
Clayton Hotel, Clarion Road
Sligo, Ireland
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€60 – €140 Sold out

The Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act was signed into law on the 30th December 2015. This Act applies to everyone and is relevant to all health and social care services.  The Act is about supporting decision making and maximising a person’s capacity to make decisions. The Act will have significant implications for health and social care providers in the provision of safe person-centred care, based on respecting the individual rights of each person. This is a joint event with the Irish Association of Social Workers. Aim This course will provide frontline health and social care practitioners with the knowledge and skills…

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Recognising the need and opportunities for reflective practice.

October 17 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
HSE Primary Care Centre, The Shamrock, Green Lane
Carlow, Ireland
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€80 – €160 20 tickets left

Reflective Practice - Positive Relationships National Standards, New Directions & Interim Standards This Social Care Ireland 2018 Conference Series comprising Four Half Day Workshops will provide attendees with an opportunity to participate in a focused, practical and experiential process. And how to effectively support relationship development for individuals in receipt of services. The price includes all 4 workshops, refreshments and a light lunch. Venue; HSE Primary Care Centre, The Shamrock, Green lane, Carlow. Aim; The Series is designed to provide participants with increased awareness, understanding, knowledge, insight, practical and facilitation skills into the areas of Reflective Practice and Positive Relationships.…

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Healthcare & the Law

October 25 @ 9:30 am - October 26 @ 4:30 pm
HSE Corporate Relations Building, 63-64 Adelaide Road
Dublin 2, Ireland
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€40 2 tickets left

This two day workshop is for Health and Social Care Professionals who need to know more about the implications of current healthcare legislation for their own practice and, where relevant, for that of their staff. The course will explore relevant legislation through use of case studies, and reference to current policies/guidelines and their practical application. Facilitated by LaTouche Training. Some of the key areas to be covered will include:   Accountability of Health and Social Care Professionals (CORU and Professional Regulation) Negligence and Duty of Care Record Keeping Information Governance Data Protection Freedom of Information Consent Best Practice in Report Writing Witness…

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November 2018

Non-managerial Supervision- NMPS

November 5 @ 8:30 am - November 7 @ 4:15 pm
Russell Centre, Tallaght Cross West
Dublin 24, D24DH74 Ireland
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Social Care Ireland have TWO places available for members. To book your place at this interdisciplinary event contact Rebecca at info@indi.ie  Course Fee:   HSE Employees €50        Non-HSE Employees €100 (Lunch is not included) Non-managerial professional supervision (NMPS) is a facilitated process that focuses on the needs of the reflector.  At the heart of this process lies reflection, and participants are provided with the tools to engage more effectively in reflective practice. The central tool used in NMPS is reflection. Reflection enables the practitioner (reflector) to examine their practice in a safe, supportive, non-judgemental environment. On this course, participants are taught…

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Resilience Matters; Tackling resilience, technology and mental health- CAMHS Special Interest Group

November 8 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Our Lady’s Hospice, Harolds Cross, Our Lady's Hospice, Harold's Cross
Dublin, D6W RY72
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€10 – €20 42 tickets left

Social Care in Child & Adolescent Mental Health Present Resilience Matters Tackling resilience, technology and mental health This conference has been organised by the Social Care in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Special Interest Group in conjunction with Social Care Ireland. We welcome all health and social care professionals and students to attend what promises to be an enlightening event. Key Note Speakers; Biography; Dr Colman Noctor works part-time as an Assistant Professor in TCD and the other half of his working week he works as an RANP in Child & Adolescent Mental Health in St Patrick's Adolescent Mental Health Services. Colman is also…

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Understanding Compassion Fatigue- Jennifer Reidy

November 15 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
MaryMount University Hospital and Hospice, Curraheen
Cork City, Ireland
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€20 – €40 4 tickets left

This interdisciplinary workshop is being held in Cork at MaryMount University and Hospice. It is  coordinated by SCI, IICMS, ISCP, PODIATRY and is suitable for all practitioners who work in the Health and Social Care Profession. Compassion fatigue describes “the overall experience of emotional and physical fatigue that caring professionals experience due to chronic use of empathy when engaging with service users who are suffering in some way” (Newell & MacNeil, 2010). A large part of compassion fatigue is built directly into the fabric of the kind of work caring professionals do. It is acknowledged that caring professionals often work in challenging environments,…

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Understanding and Working with people who Self-harm

November 27 @ 9:00 am - November 28 @ 4:00 pm
€40 – €80 19 tickets left

This two-day workshop is designed for practitioners in a range of settings working with people who self-harm. Its aim is to support the practitioner in their therapeutic interactions with the person who self-harm. Building on existing interpersonal skills, the participants will be exposed to theoretical perspectives, specialist clinical experience and best practice interventions/skills. This workshop will also examine the role self-care and its relevance and application in a therapeutic / helping setting. Emphasis is placed on reflective experiential learning approaches and a person-centred and a harm- reduction ethos. The workshop is interactive and participant-focused in format, using small group work,…

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Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act 2015-Two day training

November 29 @ 9:30 am - November 30 @ 4:30 pm
Carmelite Centre,, 56 Aungier Street
Dublin, 2 Ireland
€60 – €140 8 tickets left

The Assisted Decision Making (Capacity) Act was signed into law on the 30th December 2015. This Act applies to everyone and is relevant to all health and social care services.  The Act is about supporting decision making and maximising a person’s capacity to make decisions. The Act will have significant implications for health and social care providers in the provision of safe person-centred care, based on respecting the individual rights of each person. Venue: Carmelite Community Centre, 56 Aungier Street, Dublin 2. Aim This course will provide frontline health and social care practitioners with the knowledge and skills required to implement…

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