Social Work Support
- Looking after your feelings and your body – Social Story
- Guidance for parents and cares on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
- Children & Young People’s Strategic Partnership – Family Support Hubs
- COVID-19: ADVICE FOR INFORMAL (UNPAID) CARERS AND YOUNG CARERS DURING COVID-19 PANDEMIC
- Staying Well at Home in Self-Isolation – Activity Pack ages 11-19 – Vanessa Rogers
- Supporting Individuals with Autism through Uncertain Times – Social Stories and support strategies
- Parents COVID-19 Resource Pack
- Resource Pack: Positive Parenting in COVID-19 Isolation
We are here to help
If you don’t have a children services social worker this may be for you.
Staying Connected is a helpline for children, young people and families in the Southern Health and Social Care Trust area who may need practical advice and who could be socially isolated due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Staying Connected has been established to respond to the challenges associated with social isolation.
Trained social care staff will answer your call, offering you:
- A listening ear
- Support and guidance
- Links to practical support and follow up service
‘Children with Disabilities services continually seek feedback from our parents and carers through user involvement and co-production opportunities. If you would like to leave feedback on this webpage please email comments to the below email address.
If your child is currently known to Children with Disabilities social work/nursing teams and you would like to express interest in joining our ‘Parent’s/Carer’s forum’ please email firstname.lastname@example.org
CWD team (Newry & Mourne locality) Mr Fergus McArdle (Senior Social Worker)
CWD team (Craigavon & Banbridge locality) Mr Fergal White (Senior Social Worker)
21 Legahorry Centre
CWD team (Armagh & Dungannon locality) Mrs Brenda Curley (Senior Social Worker)
St Luke’s Hospital