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Yearly Archives: 2020

Baking with the Speech and Language Therapy Dept

CRC Transition Programme students together with Mary Jo and Emer from the Speech and Language Therapy Department have been working on developing a cookbook to meet everyone’s needs. For a flavour of some of the recipes and just in time for Easter some of the recipes are attached. The full cookbook will be available later […]

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Resources, Links, Shows & Books

Here are some great resources out there for people to have access to while isolating. I would recommend these for the Adults we support and our staff. The first link below is by the far the best resource out there pulling most of the data together. The Head Space and Medication is nice and it […]

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Simple Cocooning Exercises

As these are General Exercises ideas please ensure your child’s safety by supervising your child when doing the exercises. Please provide your child with as much support as is needed.## Our Physiotherapy department would like to bring you some simple exercises you can to do during Covid -19 Cocooning.

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Coronavirus Myth Busters

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Parenting Tips for Managing difficult Behaviour

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Talking to Children About Illness

With the current situation, children may have questions about illness. Depending on their age they may have different levels of understanding. We want to share some advice on how you can help and what you can say to children of different ages.

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Positive Communication: Wellbeing and Coping Strategies

We have some handy advice on positive communication, wellbeing and coping strategies from our Adult Services Department. Why not have a look over them while having that morning coffee☕️ Let’s start today happy 😁 Click on the image below to start the gallery:  

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Talking to Children About COVID-19

It’s important to talk to children about the Coronavirus but remember your child’s age. Please have a look at some recommendations for when talking about COVID-19 to children.

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Keeping Active & Exercise Videos

You may be confined to home at present so it’s really important to do what you can to stay active. Exercise comes in different forms from those that build up a sweat and increase your breathing to those that relax the muscles and calm your breathing, and all of these can be achieved in your […]

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3 Simple Steps to Calm the Mind

This is an incredibly stressful time filled with uncertainly and worry. Parents are understandably concerned about the health of their children, their loved ones and themselves. The CRC Psychology Department will be making available information which will support parents to appropriately answer their children’s questions about COVID-19. We offer suggestions about how best to adapt […]

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