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Mental Health Awareness Week 10th to 16th May 2021

We should all take time to contribute and share about how we can support ourselves and each other with our emotional #wellbeing and #mental #health. The past year has involved living with the impact of the #COVID-19 global #pandemic and this has been a particularly challenging time as we have all had to manage significant changes to our way of life and how we connect with others. The theme for Mental Health #Awareness week this year is how we connect…

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International Social Worker Day

We wish to say thank you to all our #Social #Workers from all the #residents in #Camphill #Community #Mourne #Grange. 16th March #2021 is the key day in the year that social workers #worldwide stand together to advance our common message globally. The theme for #International Social Work Day 2021 is #Ubuntu which means ‘I am because we are’. Ubuntu is a powerful message on the need for #solidarity at all levels: within communities, societies and globally. It is a…

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Supporting Camphill Hermanus

Hello to everyone in #Camphill #Hermanus. It has been a very difficult time for all of us keeping safe from the virus and working as a team to still connect as a #Community. We were not able to have our usual #Christmas #Craft #Sale because of #COVID. We would usually send you the money we make from this sale. We thought about it and decided to have a Christmas #raffle and also to include the profit we made from selling…

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‘We Matter’ Learning Disability Service Model for Northern Ireland

‘We Matter’ is a new plan for how #services for #people with #learning #disabilities are going to be changed. This will hopefully mean that services are better, and that people are involved in planning their own services. In #February last year a group of people from #Camphill #Community #Mourne #Grange went to #Belfast to take part in this process. Because of #COVID all of these plans had to stop. The process has now been restarted and a report has been…

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Positive Planning for our Future

#Camphill #Community #Mourne #Grange is involved with a #policy #development #group called #Advanced #Care #planning. During #COVID it has been highlighted that not enough people take time to think about how they want to be cared for and what happens to them if they die. This can include thinking about #organ #donation and planning your #funeral. This is an area of #life that people with #learning #disabilities are often not involved in and families can make decisions for them. This…

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The Impact of COVID on our Lives

#Camphill #Community #Mourne #Grange really appreciates being able to work with #ARC (#Association for #Real #Change). ARC helps #organisations in the #Voluntary sector to come together and share experiences and highlight the great work that we do. ARC took time to ask for a review of our experiences of what it is like to live and work with all of the #COVID #guidelines. This #review is really important as it has helped to tell us what we have all tried…

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Mourne Grange takes time to contribute to Regional Reviews and Development

It is important that we take time to look beyond #Camphill #Community #Mourne #Grange and look to the broader #landscape in which we live. Because of #COVID we have all had to make changes to our lives. This has meant that some of the #policies and the way #services are delivered have had to be looked at to see if we can learn anything and maybe do things differently.

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Mourne Granges Positive Contribution to support Social Work Students

#Social #Workers play a really important role in making sure that people with #learning #disabilities are supported and have access to places like #Camphill #Community #Mourne #Grange. Social Work #students need to be able to spend time out on #placements #learning about the different areas and #service users they can work with. Since 2015 Camphill Community Mourne Grange has played an important role in regularly offering 2 to 4 placements every year. Last year and this year have raised many…

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CCMG Inspection Report 2020

The #Regulation and #Quality #Improvement #Authority (#RQIA) usually come to visit us every year and spend time looking at what we do and spend time talking to us. This is part of making sure we are doing everything we can to offer a #positive, #creative and #safe #service for everyone in #Camphill #Community #Mourne #Grange. Because of the #COVID-19 situation our RQIA inspector, Jim McBride, couldn’t come to visit us because he wanted to keep us safe. It was lovely…

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Thank you to the Southern Health and Social Care Trust

Everyone in #Camphill #Community #Mourne #Grange has worked well together as a team to keep the Community free from #COVID-19. #2020 has been a difficult year for everyone, and we are so thankful to everyone who supports us and also to the #Southern #Health and #Social #Care #Trust. We were delighted to hear that we were going to be one of the first supported living facilities, for adults with learning disabilities, to receive the COVID-19 #vaccination. Everyone has had the…

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