Watch our latest film made with Maureen, one of our service users; follow the link below to SCIE co-production week youtube films We arte number 25 on the list https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxXjtx4-ZkqLMkfyuyThuK9wj33JcMYdU
About Jacqueline Kelly
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Entries by Jacqueline Kelly
Personal Assistants needed in the North Belfast area. Are you interested in providing care and support for older people in their own homes? Work may include personal care and house hold chores. Hours can be flexible ranging from two hours to 16 hours per week. Job share possible. Training (e learning) provided. Contact Clare CIC on 90 774185 for more information.
We’re delighted to announce that we are part of the Unusual Suspects Festival in Northern Ireland on 12-14 October 2016. A three-day festival of ideas, debate and discussion all exploring what happens when social innovation meets collaboration and how together we can solve some of society’s most pressing challenges. CLARE will be hosting a session on Friday 14th of October Under the Unsung Heroes category in Ulster Museum Café between 12 and 2 pm. The afternoon will involve a range of inspiring speakers sharing their stories so why not come along and join us. To register for the event follow the link below; http://theunusualsuspectsfestival.com/
CLARE is in the position to offer our Community Champions the opportunity to engage in training through our online training modules. This training can be completed in your own time by logging on to our new e-learning module site. Certificates can be gained in up to 33 learning areas, such as ‘Health and Safety‘, ‘Dementia Awareness‘ and ‘Patient Centred Care’ etc. Training is free and is a great way of enhancing your personal development for your volunteer role or employment. Anyone interested should contact Moyra Wylie or Jacqueline Kelly on 90 774185 and we can enrol you.