The Non Violent Resistance programme helps to empower parents to take positive action to end the violent and controlling behaviours. The programme has proven to be effective for many families where young people are controlling, violent or abusive towards their parents/ carers. Parents/ guardians/ carers of young people between 12 and 18 years of age are welcome to attend. Prior registration is required – closing date for registration is 4th October 2021.
The programme is due to start on 14th October 2021 from 10am to 12.30pm in Trim FRC, 15 Wellington Avenue, C15 FC03 and will be facilitated by Trim Family Resource Centre and SMART Youth Project.
Contact Justyna on 046 9438850/ 087 1877553 for more information or to register.
http://familysupportmeath.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/logo-fsm-cypsc-lock-1.png00Jenny Quinnhttp://familysupportmeath.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/logo-fsm-cypsc-lock-1.pngJenny Quinn2021-09-24 13:06:432021-09-24 13:06:43Non Violent Resistance Programme for Parents
I AM BABA is a theatre adventure for babies created by internationally renowned theatre director Anna Newell (www.annanewell.co.uk) and composer David Goodall. Their shows for early years have been seen on five continents, off-Broadway and in every single Sure Start in Belfast.
I AM BABA – a magical adventure of song, lights and textures for babies aged 0-12 months. It’s a show about identity, agency and personhood. For babies.
I AM BABA is full of gorgeous live harmony singing and playful objects – jellyfish-like scarves dance and tiny lights fly in this intimate immersive performance which happens inside a specially designed tent that holds just 6 babies – each with their adult guest.
I AM BABA was the International Early Childhood Arts Commission funded by the 4 Dublin Local Authorities in 2017 through Arts Council Ireland’s Invitation to Collaboration Fund. The 2020 national tour was funded by the Arts Council and CYPSCs across Ireland. The 2021 Kells People’s Resource Centre I AM BABA is funded by Meath CYPSC.
http://familysupportmeath.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/logo-fsm-cypsc-lock-1.png00Jenny Quinnhttp://familysupportmeath.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/logo-fsm-cypsc-lock-1.pngJenny Quinn2021-09-23 16:18:422021-09-23 16:27:36I AM BABA is Coming to Kells People's Resource Centre on Monday, 4th October
Laois/Offaly CYPSC are delighted to share with You the booking link for ‘The Spectrum Series’ morning Autism webinars that are starting on Wednesday Sept 22nd for 6 weeks from 11-12 noon on ZOOM. Parents from all over the Country are more than welcome to join as there are a few International speakers on specific Autism topics that could be of interest and young people with autism interviewing them which is good.
Meath Partnership are very excited about their next event called Meath Partnership’s ‘Healthy Lives – Healthy Communities Day’ on the 22nd of September. The morning session will focus on how to foster health literacy through family learning, with a key-note from prof. Esther Prins. In the afternoon, we will have Annie Lavin joining us to talk about relationships.
Please find below and attached all information and we’ll hope to see you there!
Part 1: Fostering Healthy Communities through Family Learning
Key note speaker: Prof. Esther Prins – US Professor of Adult Education. Dr. Prins holds a Ph.D. in Adult Education from Cornell. Her research employs critical and sociocultural theories to examine adult and family literacy, adult basic education, rural adult education, and participatory approaches to education, community development, and research. In particular, her scholarship explores the “wider benefits” of adult education and how adult education reproduces and/or mitigates inequities rooted in race/ethnicity, class, gender, and immigration status.
http://familysupportmeath.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/logo-fsm-cypsc-lock-1.png00Jenny Quinnhttp://familysupportmeath.ie/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/logo-fsm-cypsc-lock-1.pngJenny Quinn2021-09-08 15:16:572021-09-08 15:19:08Meath Partnership’s ‘Healthy Lives – Healthy Communities Day’ on the 22nd of September
The National Programme called Progressing Disability Services for Children and Young People will begin to roll out over the next few months. This will mean a change in how services are being provided to you and your child/young person.
Click on the link below to access the information leaflet about planned changes to Children’s Disability Services in Counties Louth and Meath. There is also a website where you can get more information:
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