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Southern Area LPGs Newsletter FYI 5 December 2019

Southern Area LPGs Newsletter FYI 5 December 2019

Welcome to the 21st edition of our information bulletin, FYI (For Your Information). Thank you for your continued interest and support of our fortnightly e-bulletin and please do not hesitate to contact us, should you wish us to promote any...
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Clanrye Group Activities for 2020

Clanrye Group Activities for 2020

Please find attached posters on 4 activities that Clanrye Group have recently launched or are recruiting for: - Free Short Courses at Clanrye Group R8 Recruitment Programme The Mill Drop-in Social Cafe Everybody Active 2020          
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Youth Can Do It Programmes Jan-Mar ’20

Youth Can Do It Programmes Jan-Mar ’20

The Prince's Trust NI Youth Can Do It Programme for January to March 2020 offers jobs in Retail, Security, Make-up and much more... Calendar Jan-Mar 2020
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Technology Facilitated Domestic Abuse Seminar in Omagh

Technology Facilitated Domestic Abuse Seminar in Omagh

Western Trust Practitioners attended a Technology Facilitated Domestic Abuse Seminar in Omagh at which Mr Steven McNeill, Senior Social Work, South Eastern Trust provided an insightful seminar in Omagh for practitioners from the statutory, community and voluntary sector who support...
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Wheelie Great Success in Fermanagh!

Wheelie Great Success in Fermanagh!

Over the last six weeks Autism NI’s Fermanagh Support Group supported children with a diagnosis of autism to learn how to ride a bike. The initiative, supported by the Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and Sport NI, provided the children...
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Have your say to make a difference…. contribute to the future PEACE Plus Programme (SEUPB)

Have your say to make a difference…. contribute to the future PEACE Plus Programme (SEUPB)

PEACE PLUS is a new EU cross-border programme that will contribute to a more prosperous and stable society in Northern Ireland and the Border Region of Ireland. The programme will achieve this by funding activities that promote peace and reconciliation,...
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Turning the World Blue to Celebrate the UN World Child Rights Day

Turning the World Blue to Celebrate the UN World Child Rights Day

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council like other countries around the world on 20 November 2019 lit up its iconic buildings blue to show support for Child Rights around the Globe. The light-up has been requested by Fermanagh and Omagh Early...
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Down and Ards & North Down LPG Fortnightly News November 2019

Down and Ards & North Down LPG Fortnightly News November 2019

Welcome to the 3rd edition of Fortnightly News, the E-newsletter which promotes, services, programmes and events to improve the outcomes for Children and Young People in your Locality. Thank you for all your kind comments to our last edition. We...
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Southern Area LPGs Newsletter FYI 21st November 2019

Southern Area LPGs Newsletter FYI 21st November 2019

Welcome to the 20th edition of our information bulletin, FYI (For Your Information).Thank you for your continued interest and support of our fortnightly e-bulletin and please do not hesitate to contact us, should you wish us to promote any events,...
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EITP Trauma Informed Practice Project Training for Trainers Programme Dates for 2020

EITP Trauma Informed Practice Project Training for Trainers Programme Dates for 2020

Building on the EITP Level One Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Awareness and Level Two Developing Trauma Sensitive Practice training, the Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland in partnership with the HSC Leadership Centre has developed a Training for Trainers Programme for...
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ASD/ADHD, The Child’s Journey Through Assessment and Diagnosis – An Education and Health Perspective

ASD/ADHD, The Child’s Journey Through Assessment and Diagnosis – An Education and Health Perspective

An ASD/ADHD workshop event was facilitated by Belfast Locality Planning Groups on November 6th 2019, at the Balmoral Hotel. Upwards of 130 people from a cross-section of organisations and disciplines attended the event. The high level of attendance reflects the fact...
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Parental Participation Survey 2019

Parental Participation Survey 2019

CYPSP would like to hear from parents / carers to help shape the design and development of support services for families across Northern Ireland.  We want to ensure parents and families receive the support they need when they need it with...
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Engaging Effectively With Parents Training – November 2019

Engaging Effectively With Parents Training – November 2019

Parenting NI are offering Practitioner Training. The training aims to build capacity and further enhance existing skills of practitioners to equip them with the skills to support parents and families. Topics include: -  Importance of involving parents Benefits of parental...
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Down and Ards & North Down LPGs Fortnightly News Edition 2

Down and Ards & North Down LPGs Fortnightly News Edition 2

Welcome to the 2nd edition of Fortnightly News, the E-newsletter which promotes, services, programmes and events to improve the outcomes for Children and Young People in your Locality. Thank you for all your kind comments to our 1st edition. We...
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Active Fun for Everyone

Active Fun for Everyone

A new  leaflet on improving activity in children and young people with physical disabilities has been produced by the Public Health Agency.  Being active is important for everyone. Regular activity throughout our lives will help us keep as healthy as...
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The Children and Young People’s Strategic Partnership (CYPSP) brings together a range of agencies, including voluntary and community sector organisations, that aim to improve the lives of children and young people in Northern Ireland.

In the past, despite best efforts, everyone who worked with children and young people provided services separately which only created problems for children and young people, and their families and wasted resources. The CYPSP aims to plan and provide services for children and young people more efficiently by making joint decisions about the services needed, and funding these services together.

Importantly, the CYPSP emphasizes a rights-based approach to its work. This means planning services that uphold children’s rights and encouraging children, young people and their parents to participate in the process.