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The Fermanagh and Omagh Locality Planning Group members have with the assistance of Fermanagh and Omagh District Council and Enniskillen and Omagh Neighbourhood Renewal and many others brought together a new resource for families and practitioners, detailing the exciting activities planned for the coming months.
Organisations across the area have submitted what they are providing ranging from digital film-making to banana boating, including quite a few residential breaks for young people.
The aim of this resource was to provide a flavour of what is on offer and make suggestions for all different ages groups and interests, making the best use of the beautiful local resources that we have on our doorstep.
Members have spent a long time gathering this information however, they think there may be some more activities are schemes taking place which they would love to hear about and will be pleased to add to the resource, making it bigger and better.
Click below to view the full range of activities.
If anyone is interested in promoting what they are providing over the summer, please contact Priscilla Magee at: email@example.com
The Fermanagh and Omagh Policing and Community Safety Partnership in collaboration with the Western Domestic & Sexual Violence Partnership are hosting a half day seminar that seeks to increase understanding of coercive control for practitioners.
The seminar entitled I don’t know how I got here! addresses the context and impact of coercive control in domestic and sexual abuse. Facilitated by knowledgeable and experienced practitioners working in the field of domestic and sexual violence. The seminar offers perspectives on how a relationship underpinned by coercive control strategies adversely affects victims and survivor’s health, well-being and autonomy.
The seminar is aimed at policy influencers and practitioners and seeks to:
The seminar will take place on Tuesday 9th October 2018 at The Tara Centre, 11 Holmview Avenue, Omagh BT79 0AH commencing with registration at 9.30am and concluding with a light lunch at 1.00pm. There is very limited parking at the back of the Tara Centre. Other car parks within walking distance include Drumragh Avenue, Campsie Road and Market Place.
To book your place please contact Paula Sheerin, Fermanagh and Omagh PCSP
T: 0300 303 1777 ext. 21629
Places are limited, and early booking is advisable, please indicate if you have any dietary requirements.
The CYPSP Fermanagh & Omagh Locality Planning Groups in partnership with Family Support Hubs: Western Domestic & Sexual Violence Partnership and Digital Safeguarding Group have been raising awareness of the impacts of ACE’s across the locality through a recent screening of the Resilience Documentary. 60 individuals from across the community, voluntary and statutory sector attended the event.
Click here to read more out the Fermanagh and Omagh Resilience Screening Event
Infant Mental Health Week 2018 in the Western Outcomes Group Area
The Fermanagh and Omagh Locality Planning Groups celebrated Infant Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 by highlighting the excellent evidence-based practice of its members and learning more about the people that lead in this practice.. A series of key messages were endorsed and celebrated across the Western Outcomes Area as part of the infant mental health awareness week campaign for 2018.
To find out more about the Western Area Infant Mental Health Campaign that took place during the month of June 2018 click here
To find out more about this work in the Fermanagh and Omagh Areas please contact Priscilla Magee, Western Area Locality Planning Officer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Fermanagh and Omagh Locality Planning Groups celebrated Infant Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 by highlighting the excellent evidence-based practice of its members and learning more about the people that lead in this practice.
A series of key messages were endorsed and celebrated across the Western Outcomes Area as part of the infant mental health awareness week campaign for 2018.
Research Scientist, Suzanne Zeedyk shared her aspiration for families in the Western Outcomes Area:
‘I would wish times of warmth and relaxation for families in the West. I would take away the subtle pressure that parents must somehow be perfect and always ‘get it right’. Instead, I would wish for parents who are ‘good enough’. That’s all our kids want: parents who can laugh with them and relax with them and spend time with them and laugh with them. Having confidence that you can find your way back to laughing each other, even after tension and fighting, gets families through some pretty tough places. So that’s what I would wish for families in the West: times of laughter – living in communities that make those times even more possible’.
Click here to read more about the Infant Mental Health Awareness Campaign in the Western Outcomes Area
For further information contact Priscilla Magee, Fermanagh and Omagh Locality Planning Officer by:
Telephone: 028 66 344 096