Self-harm and young people: Health Professional guide - Communicating with children about body weight. Skip to main page content. Home Order Publications Useful Links. Practical advice Sexual health promotion posters and leaflets help you communicate with your child about alcohol and other drugs. This leaflet is targeted at Men and provides information about alcohol and it's impact on health and wellbeing.
Order this publication Download. This poster creates awareness of the impact of alcohol on your health and wellbeing. This leaflet is targeted at women and provides information in relation to alcohol and it's impact on health and wellbeing.
This leaflet provides information regarding the impact alcohol can have on your family. This leaflet explains why it's best to avoid alcohol during Pregnancy.
Alcohol brief advice tool for use by health professionals. The leaflet encourages patients to consider reducing alcohol consumption. This booklet provides information and guidance for parents on breastfeeding and expressing breast milk for premature and sick babies.
This A5 booklet about Combing Breastfeeding and Work, gives advice and tips on how mothers can combine working and breastfeeding as well as giving information about what employers should be doing to help breastfeeding mothers. The infographic provides an overview of key statistics around Dementia in Ireland.
This is a dementia leaflet to highlight information about how to make your garden dementia friendly. This is a general dementia leaflet highlight information about the Understand Together campaign for the general public. This guide sets out how often a person with Type 2 Diabetes and who is taking diabetes medication should self-test and what to look for when testing. It also tells you about programmes which can help manage diabetes.
This booklet provides advice for people with pre-diabetes. It includes information about managing your weight, healthy eating and exercise. These are important for staying well with pre-diabetes and preventing Type 2 Diabetes.
Know the Facts about Drugs is a booklet with information about drugs and drug use. It is aimed at a wide audience and has information that would be relevant to young people, adults, parents and carers. When someone you care about is dying it can be hard to know what to say or do or how you can comfort them. This booklet aims to help people understand when they are in this difficult situation and the content particularly relates to a hospital setting.
Leaflet for use by patients with asthma for recording and monitoring. The Food Pyramid guide to every day food choices for adults, teenagers and children aged five and over. Downloads in other languages Irish. Advice version of the adult food pyramid for adults, teenagers and children over 5.
Irish advice version of the adult food pyramid for adults, teenagers and children over 5. Simple version of the adult food pyramid for adults, teenagers and children over 5. Stickers featuring the illustrated children's food pyramid. Size 12cm x 8. A booklet giving advice on healthy eating for pregnancy, including information about the vitamins minerals and nutrients required. Booklet providing information and advice Sexual health promotion posters and leaflets introducing your baby to family meals weaning.
Guide for GPs and healthcare professionals on managing weight in pregnancy. Manual covering infection control in schools. Only available to download. A4 laminated poster showng how to use the alcohol handrub correctly. A4 laminated poster showing the correct way to wash your hands to prevent the spread of infection. A4 laminated poster promoting handwashing. Booklet to highlight the flu campaign for healthcare workers. English and Irish booklet.
A booklet to record all immunisations received for children born on or after 1st October Comprehensive booklet about your childs immunisations from birth to 13 months of age. For children born on or after 1st October Booklet to highlight the flu campaign during pregnancy. Booklet to highlight the flu campaign for the public. English and Irish combined. For children born on or after 1st of October Poster to highlight the need for whooping cough vaccine in pregnancy.
The report outlines the main recommendations of the Reference Group. In Augustthe Mental Health Division established a reference group to make recommendations on the structures and mechanism for Service User, Family Member and Carer Engagement which would ensure their views were central to the design and delivery of services. When the Mental Health Division was established inwe wanted to hear the experiences of service users, family members, and carers in using the mental health services and the Listening Meetings initiative was chosen as a way to do that.
were invited to the Listening Meetings through local radio, media advertisements, consumer groups and panels and mental health voluntary groups.
At the Listening Meetings, attendees were encouraged to speak freely and honestly about their positive and negative experiences of Mental Health Service delivery. The national mental health policy "A Vision for Change"has challenged us to ensure that services users are partners in designing, planning, monitoring and evaluating our services. This leaflet has helpful information for anyone concerned about suicide.
This guide is to outline for family members and supporters of service users the care they can expect for their relatives or friends when they come in contact with the mental health services. This leaflet is to outline for family members and supporters of service users the care they can expect for their relatives or friends when they come in contact with the mental health services.
Credit card size Sexual health promotion posters and leaflets card giving information and advice about maintaining good mental health in tough economic times.
Information about maintaining good mental health in tough economic times. Information leaflet on the safeTALK suicide prevention alertness course. A "Sexual health promotion posters and leaflets" guide for groups of concerned people who come together to respond to suicide in their community. The Understanding Self-Harm Flyer provides an overview of the aims, learning outcomes and target audience for the workshop.
Information booklet providing help and advice on coping with the death of someone close. Booklet of stories by young adults who have experienced mental health difficulties, including useful contact information. The aim of the GROW booklet is to promote awareness and reduce stigma associated with suicidal behaviour and mental distress faced by young adults in Ireland today. An A5 booklet giving advice on how to look after your mental health. Booklet with advice for parents on how to help their children eat more healthily and get more active to maintain a healthy weight.
Advice for parents on how to help their children eat more healthily and be more active. Chart for children to record progress on eating well and getting active. Use the food pyramid to help you choose the right activities for you. It also outlines strategies for raising the issue, speaking to a child about their weight, "Sexual health promotion posters and leaflets" to a parent about their child's weight and what to do if they do not wish to engage.
Pack containing a leaflet and activity cards that provide information and tips for parents to help their child be active every day. Information leaflet on healthy and safe swimming for children.
It covers alot of the questions that parents or carers have about introducing children to swimming.
Booklet on safe sleep for your baby which contains key points and information on reducing the risk of cot death. Display poster containing key points where Safe sleep for your Baby is concerned. A3 poster on healthy and safe swimming for children. It covers many of the questions that parents and carers have about introducing children to swimming.
Information leaflet with poison prevention advice for parents and caregivers of young children. It lists the "do's and don'ts" to keep children safe. Key-ring fob with contact details of the Public Poisons Line, which can be added to a key-ring or stored in a purse or wallet.
Poster with information on what to do if a child is poisoned. This poster can help raise awareness of the Poisons Line. Advice and information booklet for parents and carers and the general public to help children stay safe around pets.
A resource which comprises of two booklets; a parent's guide, 'Talking to Your Young Child about Relationships, Sexuality and Growing Up' and a story booklet, 'Tom's Power Flower; A gentle explanation of how babies are made'.