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Month: April 2018

26 Apr, 2018

Jigsaw Donegal offers 5 simple ways to support your mental health

Are you looking for simple ways to support your mental health? Have a look at the Jigsaw Donegal video on this link – MyWee5 – five simple ways to support your mental health every day. Just click the link:- https://www.jigsaw.ie/jigsaw_donegal/news-and-events/post/mywee5 If you want to find out more about Jigsaw just click this link:- https://www.jigsaw.ie/jigsaw_donegal/

26 Apr, 2018

What is Jigsaw Donegal?

Jigsaw Donegal provides a free and confidential support service for young people aged 15 – 25, with our centre based at Pearse Road in Letterkenny. Just click the link to find out more: – https://www.jigsaw.ie/jigsaw_donegal/ Jigsaw Donegal aims to make sure that young people’s voices are heard, and that they get the right support, where […]

24 Apr, 2018

Babbling Babies nursery rhyme and action song book launched in Central Library, Letterkenny

A fantastic booklet developed by Lifestart Services, with the support of Donegal Library Service and HSE Health Promotion & Improvement Service, was launched in the Central Library, Letterkenny on Wednesday the 18th of April to an enthusiastic audience of adults and young children. Studies show that if babies and children are read to early, they […]

20 Apr, 2018

Opportunities for young people who are not in formal education

Here is an interesting project from Donegal Youth Service for young people aged 14 – 25 who are not in formal education. Do you know someone who could benefit from this? Why not pass the word along. Just click the link to find out more:- http://donegalyouthservice.ie/youthscape-for-14-24-years-in-ballybofey-letterkenny/

16 Apr, 2018

A difficult childhood doesn’t have to mean a difficult future

We can all face challenges growing up but for some children those challenges can add up into something bigger which could create real problems for them in later life – but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here’s a short animation about ACEs – Adverse Childhood Experiences – and how care and support can […]