Our BAP Disability Network held its October meeting in RehabCare Bray. We were delighted to welcome new members from Autism Initiatives Wicklow. As well as sharing information on how we can all work together more effectively to meet the needs of people with disabilities in the local area, members discussed:
Bray Area Partnership has been successful in securing significant funding for a Social Prescribing project for the Bray and North Wicklow area, through the Sláintecare Integration Fund.
Our new project is called ASPIRE – which stands for Adult Social Prescribing for Individual Resilience and Empowerment.
Our free six-week Parents Plus Adolescents Programme is an evidence-based parenting course that promotes effective communication and positive relationships in families with adolescents aged 11 to 16 years. The next course starts on Wednesday 16th October 2019.
Bray Area Partnership's Head Office has moved!
Our new offices are close by in the Boulevard Centre on the Quinsborough Road in Bray - with the entrance just around the corner in Galtrim Park - opposite the side entrance to Molloy's Cafe.
As we're still doing work to the inside of our new offices, please call to make an appointment rather than dropping in!
Our BAP Disability Network held its last quarterly meeting in June at RehabCare Bray. As well as sharing information on how we can all work together more effectively to meet the needs of people with disabilities in the local area, members discussed:
Our Education Grants Scheme provides small grants of €100 for students on a low income towards college registration, course or exam fees.
Students and volunteer tutors from our Fáilte Isteach Bray & Kilcoole conversational English language project celebrated the end of another successful year recently and received their certificates at presentation ceremonies (the picture here was taken at the Kilcoole class).