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Helium Arts - Workshops to Help Your Child

Helium Arts – Creative Workshops to Help Your Child Live Well

Do you know a child or teenager living with a long-term medical condition who would benefit from being creative, having fun and building friendships in a safe and stimulating environment? Then there’s never been a better time to join the fun with Helium Arts! Who We Are Helium Arts is the national children’s arts and …

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Parents information talks on supporting children and teenagers

Parents Information Talks on Supporting Children and Teenagers

The HSE Child and Adolescent Primary Care Psychology Service in Mayo has launched a new initiative aimed at parents and caregivers of children and teenagers. The series of online information talks was created by the psychology service (including Psychologists and Assistant Psychologists).

Now that Schools Back 22nd September 2020

Now That School’s Back – What Does it Mean for Us as parents

Now that school’s back, what does it mean for us as parents. A facilitated interactive workshop for parents of children in primary school. Working together to build children’s resilience. Tuesday 22nd September at 7:30pm This will be an online workshop using Zoom, places limited. To register your interest, just email “workshop 22” to events@planetyouth.ie  

TESS Return to School FAQs

TESS Return to School FAQs In the context of the current Covid-19 pandemic Tusla Education Support Services (TESS) are aware that parents must make difficult and informed decisions in relation to their child’s education. Each school must have a school plan in accordance with the Department of Education and Skills (DES) and Public Health (NPHET) …

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Choosing A Strong Password

Chains of words, make passwords easy to remember and harder to crack.


To create a password that meets our strength requirements, it’s recommended to use a mix of at least three random words along with a number (not a birthday or 123 etc., just random) and one or more symbols and capitals, but don't capitalize the first letters of the words, e.g.:

  • mower-speaK5shadow
  • table?taPe748goNe.

This password style might not be very common, and it will be much more difficult for computers/bots to crack. It also allows for your passwords to be memorized more easily. Though a password vault may help with that.