The Changing Lives Initiative: An Early Intervention Approach to ADHD: What’s Next? Conference a Great Success
here was a great attendance at the mid project conference on the Changing Lives Initiative (CLI) held on the 21st May in Queen’s University’s Riddell Hall in Belfast. There were inputs on the great progress made across Louth, Belfast and Argyle & Bute (Scotland) in the first eighteen months of the project implementation. The work is being led out in Louth and neighbouring border counties by CLI Louth team under the auspices of The Genesis Programme.
There was contributions from:
Dr. Kate Carr-Fanning, Coventry University
Dr. Lucia Carragher, Dundalk IT
Dr. Caitriona Delaney, Archways
Christina Riordan, Archways
Dr. Siobhan Fitzpatrick, Early Years
Trevor Spratt, Trinity College
Dr. Jamie Houston, NHS Highland
Patricia Renfrew, NHS Highland
John Lonergan, former Governor, Mountjoy Prison
Congratulations to everyone involved with the conference and especially the parents who participated in the Parents’ Panel facilitated brilliantly by our own Alice Malone.
Two participants on the programme from Dundalk, Karen and Niall Morgan, were part of the panel that had parents from all three areas. Karen completed the programme in 2018 and Niall will be graduating in June
Dr. Edel Healy, Head of School, Health & Science at Dundalk IT and a member of The Genesis Programme Management Committee, was chairperson for a very informative day.