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19 Apr 2017

What a difference a SAY makes… MAY 2017

The Mental Health Services within Community Health Organisation CHO6, (Dublin South East, Dun Laoghaire and Wicklow), are engaging in a mental health scoping and engagement exercise to examine the current status of our Mental Health Services and consider key areas for reform. Please see the Engagement Poster here.

We are keen to engage the views of a broad range of stakeholders, service providers, service users and their supporter within each division. 

The full scoping exercise will examine services and supports across the lifespan, and will engage with stakeholders receiving and providing services and supports “from cradle to grave” and encompasses Cluain Mhuire Adult Mental Health Services, Lucena Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, Wicklow Mental Health Service and Dublin South East Services Mental Health Services.

For information – Local.Engagement@HSE.ie – 086 4605 631

Details of the engagement sessions are as follows:

Wicklow Mental Health Service

  • Date: Tuesday 2nd May
  • Time: 4pm – 6pm
  • Location: Enniskerry Parochial Hall, The Square, Enniskerry, County Wicklow

Dublin South East Mental Health Service

  • Date: Wednesday 3rd May
  • Time: 10am – 12pm
  • Location: UCD, Belfield, Dublin 4

Cluain Mhuire

  • Date: Thursday May 4th
  • Time: 10am – 12pm
  • Location: Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire

Lucena

  • Date: Thursday May 4th
  • Time: 2pm – 4pm
  • Location: Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire

For information – Local.Engagement@HSE.ie – 086 4605 631

Attendees at the engagement sessions will be asked to consider the following key challenges:

  • Changing the nature of day-to-day interactions and the quality of experience
  • Offering co-produced learning opportunities for the workforce
  • Offering co-produced learning opportunities for everyone
  • Providing leadership that nurtures a culture of recovery
  • Increasing personalisation & choice
  • Reducing restrictive practice; moving from risk to safety
  • Developing transformative co-production practice throughout the organisation or system
  • Transforming the workforce
  • Supporting staff to stay well
  • Prioritising individual life goals in all processes.

All information gleaned through this process will be analysed and detailed in an outcome report which will aid consideration of future development in recovery-focused, person-centred mental health services across CHO6.

Should you require any additional information in relation to the above, or to reserve a place at the consultation/engagement session, please do not hesitate to contact Charles on the number below.

For information – Local.Engagement@HSE.ie – 086 4605 631

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