CYPSP

It is anticipated that CYPSP Locality Planning groups will not be meeting face to face for some time. At this difficult time, we will continue to work hard to provide updates and information which may be of benefit to organisations, children and families. We will be undertaking a scoping exercise of locality planning members activity so that we can provide the most up to date information about the resources available. 

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Southern Area LPG Newsletter 2 April 2020

Southern Area LPG Newsletter 2 April 2020

Welcome to the 30th edition of For Your information bulletin, FYI (For Your Information). We have been working on this for the past week to provide information, guidance and resources relating to the current developments around Covid-19, and thank those...
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Family Support Hub – COVID-19 Newsletter

Family Support Hub – COVID-19 Newsletter

This edition of the newsletter provides advice , resources and Project updates as of 30th March 2020. Download Here The Family Support Hubs continue to be open for referrals during the current situation. They will try to access Family Support...
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Sure Start – Newsletter

Sure Start – Newsletter

Sure Starts across NI are now offering a vast array of online/virtual services, some included in the attached newsletter. For all of you working with families/groups/ kids of your own it would be really worthwhile checking out the 38 Sure...
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Family Support Hubs (COVID19)

Family Support Hubs (COVID19)

The Family Support Hubs continue to be open for referrals during the current situation. They will try to access Family Support agencies during this time but this will be subject to individual projects ability to respond. If you want to...
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Down and Ards & North Down LPGs Fortnightly News

Down and Ards & North Down LPGs Fortnightly News

Welcome to the 15th edition of Fortnightly News. This edition shares information to improve the outcomes for Children and Young People.  As we adjust to the impact of the coronavirus, this special edition has information on changes to service delivery...
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Southern Area LPG Newsletter 26 March 2020

Southern Area LPG Newsletter 26 March 2020

Welcome to the 29th edition of For Your information bulletin, FYI (For Your Information). We have been working on this for the past week to provide information, guidance and resources relating to the current developments around Covid-19, and thank those...
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Family Support Hubs

Family Support Hubs

The Family Support Hubs continue to be open for referrals during the current situation. They will try to access Family Support agencies during this time but this will be subject to individual projects ability to respond.  If you want to...
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Daily Updates

Daily Updates

Please note: It is anticipated that CYPSP Locality Planning groups will not be meeting face to face for some time. At this difficult time, we will continue to work hard to provide updates and information which may be of benefit...
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Family Support Hubs Newsletter – March 2020

Family Support Hubs Newsletter – March 2020

This edition of the newsletter provides advice , resources and project updates as of 20th March 2020. The Family Support Hubs continue to be open for referrals during the current situation. They will try to access Family Support agencies during...
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Down and Ards & North Down LPGs Fortnightly News

Down and Ards & North Down LPGs Fortnightly News

Welcome to the 14th edition of Fortnightly News. This edition shares information to improve the outcomes for Children and Young People.  As we prepare for impact of the corona virus, this special edition has information on changes to service delivery...
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SureStart Projects

SureStart Projects

Sure Start Projects in Northern Ireland are working hard to continue to provide support to families in their communities during the COVID 19 crisis. While they have ceased providing normal services for now, they are exploring whatever innovative means they...
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Southern Area LPGs Information Bulletin 19th March 2020

Southern Area LPGs Information Bulletin 19th March 2020

Welcome to the 28th edition of For Your information bulletin, FYI (For Your Information). With the current developments regarding COVID-19, a lot of programmes and activities have been postponed or cancelled, so we would urge you to check with organisers,...
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Down and Ards & North Down LPGs Fortnightly News

Down and Ards & North Down LPGs Fortnightly News

Welcome to the 13th edition of Fortnightly News which is being circulated weekly as March is an action packed month! The E-newsletter which promotes, services, programmes and events to improve the outcomes for Children and Young People in your Locality....
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Help Kids Talk – Sing Listen Look Talk

Help Kids Talk – Sing Listen Look Talk

Why learning to talk is so important for all children? A child’s ability to talk is often taken for granted. We place a lot of emphasis on when our children start to walk and that can often be a date...
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Perinatal Mental Health Awareness Workshop – 7 April 2020

Perinatal Mental Health Awareness Workshop – 7 April 2020

The Public Health Agency have organised Perinatal Mental Health Awareness Workshops for Sure Start / Community & Voluntary Sector staff working with families who have children under 5 years old. The workshop is limited to 20 spaces, early booking is...
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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.