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    • Scandinavian Childcare: Adapting to the Irish Context 

      Collins, Micheál (Barnardos, 2013)
      Dr. Michael Collins gave an overview of the Irish context and the extent of public expenditure on children presently.
    • The Service Design Process 

      Greene, Siobhan; Connolly, Suzanne (Barnardos, 2008)
      This master-class will outline the service design process in Barnardos that was introduced in 2005. Service Design is a process in which services are developed based on need and informed by research to achieve defined ...
    • SHSCT: Court Children's Service 

      Miller, Anne (Barnardos, 2013)
      Presentation by Anne Miller, Principal Social Work Practitioner (Court Work) Manager Court Children’s Service - SHSCT.
    • Snapshot of Parents’ Experiences of Childcare & Afterschool Care 

      Byrne, Frances (2013)
      Ms Frances Byrne, Director with OPEN presented the survey findings of the online parents’ survey that the four organisations conducted to identify their experiences of current arrangements and wishes for future development ...
    • Think Family - "It's Everyone's Responsibility" 

      Donaghy, Mary (Barnardos, 2014)
      Presentation by Mary Donaghy, Social Care Commissioning Lead.
    • Using a Public Health Approach to Promote Mental Health in Preschool and Young Children 

      Domitrovich, Celene (Barnardos, 2008)
      Dr Domitrovich discusses a public health approach to preventing mental health disorders and promoting mental health in pre-school and primary school age children. This includes the use of evidence-based interventions and ...
    • Vision for Reforming Family Law 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2013)
      Children’s lives are invariably changed significantly once their parents make the decision to break up, separate and / or divorce. The extent of this impact, either positive or negative, varies with each child but often ...
    • What about Me? Prioritising Children in Family Breakdown Proceedings 

      Barnardos (Barnardos, 2013)
      Children love growing up in a stable familiar family environment so change to their family circumstances can have a huge impact on their lives. It is a very individual experience for every child, but feelings of ...
    • Why Gender Matters in Child Welfare and Protection 

      Gibbons, Norah (Barnardos, 2011)
      One quarter of the population of Ireland are children and young people aged 18 and under, over 1,107,034 and Ireland has a higher proportion of children and young people under 18 than any other EU member state. In 2009 ...
    • Why we Need Legislation in Practice 

      Kneafsey, Brenda; Allen, Mike (Barnardos, 2012)
      Presentation by Brenda Kneafsey, Coordinator Aftercare Advocacy and Support and Mike Allen, Director of Advocacy, Focus Ireland on “Why We Need Legislation in Practice”.
    • Youth and Family Centres in The Netherlands 

      Vink, Caroline (Barnardos, 2012)
      Presentation by Caroline Vink, Senior International Youth Policies, National Youth Institute, the Netherlands.