January 11, 2022

HSCP Critical Care Lead Post – National HSCP Office

Social Care Ireland wishes to advise that the National HSCP Office is seeking Expression Of Interest for the post of HSCP Critical Care Lead.  The HSCP Critical Care Lead will provide the National HSCP Office and HSE with expert clinical leadership, guidance and support for the delivery of critical care-service priorities, working closely with the National Director of Acute Operations, the National Clinical Advisor and Group Lead (NCAGL) for Acute Operations, the NCP Critical Care and other relevant stakeholders. CV and cover letter should be forwarded to: eileen.walsh@hse.ie by the closing date of 12 noon on Monday, 24th January, 2022, see link here […]
January 11, 2022

The Sanctuary – Prof. Ian Robertson is back with confidence!

Prof. Ian Robertson is back! Professor Ian Robertson is returning this month with the tools, tips and practices to help each of us uncover our inner confidence. In a world that tells us that we should be more, Ian is reminding us that we have everything that we need. We are enough! The secret is confidence. Let’s learn together! Error! Filename not specified. Click Here to Book Learning confidence for resilience: A three-week course with Ian Robertson 1: The science of confidence What are the effects of confidence on wellbeing and on your personal and professional successes? How does it […]
January 6, 2022

Reminder: Consultation on EU Child Guarantee

​ Reminder: Consultation on the EU Child Guarantee  Dear Members, A very Happy New Year to you all.‘Before the Christmas break Children’s Rights Alliance invited members to provide feedback on the Alliance’s submission on the EU Child Guarantee. The closing date for comments is close of business Friday, 7 January 2022. Please email naomi@childrensrights.ie with any feedback you may have. The Child Guarantee is a recommendation put forward by the European Commission that aims to prevent and combat child poverty and social exclusion in the European Union (EU) by supporting the 27 Member States to make efforts to guarantee access to quality key services for […]
January 6, 2022

Solution Talk – Newsletter 2022

Upcoming Talks and Workshops ‘Starting Healthy Family Habits this New Year’Establishing positive family habits around healthy eating, family mealtimes, fun activity and restful sleep will make all the difference to your children’s health and well-being. In the midst of the ongoing Covid crisis, this has never been more important. Drawing on the evidence-based Parents Plus Programmes, in this talk, I will provide practical tips on how you can:– start positive family habits– establish routines that work– overcome challenges– ensure you remain in control as a parent Suitable for: parents of children under 12 yearsVenue: Zoom onlineDate: Thursday, 13th January 2022Time: 7.30pm-8.45pmCost: Free of charge. This […]
December 23, 2021

HSE National Office for Human Rights and Equality Policy Newsletter ‘Towards Commencement’

HSE National Office for Human Rights and Equality Policy Newsletter ‘Towards Commencement’
December 23, 2021

National Open Disclosure Programme Newsletter December 2021

  National Open Disclosure Programme Newsletter December 2021
December 17, 2021

Congratulations to our Winners (Refer a Friend Competition)

CONGRATUALTIONS TO OUR WINNERS   1st Prize – €250 One4All Voucher – Kelly Murphy   2nd Prize – €100 One4All Voucher – Wendy McCrea     3rd Prize – 1 year SCI Membership – Stacey Coonan
December 14, 2021

Ag Eisteacht’s work to move under the SHEP umbrella

Ag Eisteacht’s work to move under the SHEP umbrella   Ag Eisteacht, a charity leading a relationship-centred approach in frontline practice, is to transfer its work to the Social and Health Education Project (SHEP) in 2022. For that alignment to happen, Ag Eisteacht will be voluntarily winding up as a charity and Dr Maeve Hurley will step down as CEO on 31st December 2021. Going forward, the Ag Eisteacht Foundation will work in collaboration with SHEP to continue Ag Eisteacht’s Relationships in Practice work. This will include the four strands of the work: evidence informed training programmes, advocacy, collaboration and evaluation. Dr […]
December 14, 2021

NAS & the Patient Advocacy Service: Launch of Annual Report 2020

(sent on behalf of Louise Loughlin, NAS National Manager) Dear colleagues, I am delighted to launch the 2020 Annual Report of the National Advocacy Service for People with Disabilities (NAS) and the Patient Advocacy Service.  Watch a video message welcoming the Annual Report 2020 from Minister for Social Protection, Heather Humphreys TD. Read the Annual Report 2020 (Click on Link) Read the Easy-to-Read Version (Click on Link) The Annual Report presents the key activities, statistics and achievements of both Services during a challenging year that was significantly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. For people with disabilities, the Covid crisis, its restrictions […]
December 14, 2021

PEIN Response to Government Plans for International Protection Reforms

Summary The Prevention and Early Intervention Network (PEIN) joins with our many colleagues in welcoming the Programme for Government commitment to end Direct Provision, the conclusion of the recent Advisory Committee that the current Direct Provision system is ‘not fit for purpose’, (Government of Ireland, 2020: 10), and the publication of a Government White Paper on ending Direct Provision. Further, we welcome the recent announcement of the independent Oversight Group established to monitor progress of the implementation of the White Paper. The Prevention and Early Intervention Network (PEIN) is a membership organisation representing individuals and organisations working with children and […]
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