Category: Louth

The Dublin North, North East Recovery College gets to partner with some great people and organisations

Our Tai Chi course in in the Red Door Project in Louth.

Louth Meath Courses Spring 2019

 

Course Arrangements ( Louth / Meath)

Course‘Thoughts, Feelings, Actions’

Start Date:  Wednesday, February 13th

Venue: Kells Resource Centre, Meath

Format: Six weekly afternoon  sessions TFA, Meath Poster Spring 2019

Course‘What I Know Now’ – Creative Writing

Start Date:  Wednesday, February 20th

Venue: Dundalk Institute of Technology, Dept of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Studies.

Format: Six weekly afternoon  sessions WIKN, Louth Area Spring Poster 2019.

 

Course‘Coming back to your center through Tai Chi.’

Start Date:  Thursday March 14th

Venue: Drogheda Venue, TBC on application

Format: Six weekly morning  sessions Coming back to your center thrugh Tai CHi, Spring Poster 2019

 

Course‘Infected with Happiness through Art.’

Start Date:  Thursday March 14th

Venue: Trim Family Resource Centre, Meath

Format: Six weekly afternoon  sessions Infected With Happiness Through Art, Meath Area Spring Poster 2019.

Meeting the Taoiseach

Last Friday Taoiseach Leo Varadkar took time on his 40th birthday to visit DCU in the Community. John and Martha got to speak to him about the work of the recovery college, how coproduction is aiming to readdress the power imbalance in mental health services and how when the community come together and shed roles in a neutral educational space and become students it can be a powerful experience.

Bus to Winter Wellbeing Day

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Dear Recovery College Commuity Members.
Last Call for the Bus From DCU to DKIT (Louth)  for this Years Winter Wellbeing Day Event.  This free event takes place on Friday January 18th.

If you’d like to book a seat, let us know no later than Wednesday 16th! Spaces are limited.

The Dublin Group Will meet at:Location: DCU School of Nursing and Human Sciences Main Entrance.Time / Date: 9.15am / Jan 18th

Back to Dublin: 4pm