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Subject: Family, Child health
A modern public service places the service user at the heart of decision-making, service planning and provision. Thus, it is the remit of Tusla - Child and Family Agency to engage with children, families and communities on the design and quality of services provided to them. To this end, the Agency...
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Subject: Family, Child health
The Meitheal Toolkit is intended for use by practitioners using Meitheal â?" A National Practice Model for all agencies working with children, young people and their families. It provides direction, guidance and advice on all stages of the Meitheal process and as such can be used as a roadmap...
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Subject: Family, Parents
The High-Level Policy Statement on Supporting Parents and Families aims to drive greater connectivity, effectiveness and efficiency between services to children and their families that are provided directly by the State or with its support. The Department has been assisted in developing the Policy...
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Subject: Family
Tusla – Child and Family Agency has a statutory mandate around care and protection to victims of domestic, sexual and gender based violence. In fulfilling this mandate and in line with the Tusla Corporate Plan which sets out to design and deliver supportive, coordinated and evidence-informed...
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Subject: Family, Kinship, Support
This booklet is intended for anyone considering providing Family Carer training, or already doing so. It seeks to inspire, support and guide. It should prove useful in the planning, implementation and evaluation stages of an organisationâ?Ts Family Carer training. It may also be of interest to...
Drugs misuse continues to be one of the most significant challenges facing our country. It is highly destructive and has devastating effects on individuals, relationships, families, communities and society in general. Implementation of the National Drugs Strategy 2009-2016, which sets out...
This booklet shows how parents and carers of primary school children can choose food from the different food groups to make sure their family is getting all the nutrients they need to stay healthy.