WELL DONE KITTY!!!!!
A massive CONGRATULATIONS to our very own Kitty Mcaleer for completing the Sonas TLC Kidz Programme and becoming one of very few TLC Kidz Facilitators in the Dun-Laoghaire-Rathdown area.
This is a great achievement for Kitty! The course was very intensive and hard going bit it means that Kitty will now be able to work with children and mothers recovering from domestic abuse. The programme aims to help children heal from the impact of domestic abuse, and to help mothers in understanding their child’s experiences in order to support their recovery.
Webinar for World Mental Health Day – 8th October
Professor at Deakin Univesity, Yin Paradies
Over 200 people tuned in on the First National Traveller Mental Health Day 8th Oct 2020 impacts of racism on mental health delivered by Australian Professor at Deakin Univesity, Yin Paradies.
Professor Paradies talked about the experience of Aboriginal Australians which echoes the experience of Irish Travellers. He said studies showed racism impacts more on mental health than physical health – Please read More.
The Government has published a guide to keeping safe (pdf) while the COVID-19 emergency measures are in place.
Local authorities have set up community
supports to help people during COVID-19.
A number of other initiatives have also been set up to help people who are affected by measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
Parents Contacted Immediately
One of the biggest fears parents have is what will happen if your child shows COVID symptoms in school.
If your child shows symptoms they will be brought to a dedicated room in the school and parents will be contacted immediately.
You will be asked to bring your child home, call your doctor and follow instructions given to you by your doctor and isolate for 14 days.
Resilience and Recovery 2020-2021: Plan for Living with COVID-19.Read More...
Illness Benefit for COVID-19 absences
Updates and information from across government Published: 4 May 2020
The HSE has confirmed that Mincéirs/
Travellers and Roma
have been included as priority groups for COVID-19 testing.Mincéirs/Travellers can also call or text the dedicated hotline:083 100 6300
Support Travellers During
The Corona virus (Covid-19)
More Information about Coronavirus / Covid-19:
This handy pack offers advice for vulnerable people during the Coronavirus outbreak, click here
If you would like to read our Easy Read Guide to how you can protect yourself against Coronavirus, please click here
To access or Easy Read Guide to handwashing to protect yourself from Coronavirus, please click here
To access posters and graphics for your workplace with information on Coronavirus, hand hygiene and social distancing, please click here.
For online resources for people with dementia, their families and carers, please click here.
For all of the latest HSE advice on Coronavirus and preventing its spread and symptoms etc., please go to the HSE website here
Visit the Health Protection Surveillance Centre website here
Visit the Department of Health website here
For mental health supports, visit the 'Your Mental Health' page on the HSE website here
Call the HSE Helpline HSELIVE on: 1850 24 1850
Visit the HSE 'Hand Hygiene Information' page here
"human rights are not worthy of the name if they do not protect
the people we don't like as well as those we do"
NOTE FOR ALL
just so you know we are still here and working in the background to support you if needed during the next 6 weeks.
If an emergency appointment is needed with any of the staff please contact them on their mobiles to make an appointment.
We are strictly adhering to HSE guidelines and request that you all do the same.
For now, stay home, protect yourself and protect others!
From all the team at STAG!