Daffodil Care has designed its services based on the values of therapeutic child and youth care in a safe environment where the Young Person and their family are at the centre of all planning, activities, decision-making, interventions and all review processes.

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Daffodil Care Services

Promoting the values of Therapeutic Child and Youth Care

  Daffodil Care Services was established in response to an increased demand for residential and community based therapeutic services. We promote the values of therapeutic child and youth care in a safe environment where the young person and their family are at the centre of all planning, activities, decision-making and  interventions.  

Residential Care

We are committed to providing a continuum of care to Young People and to that end we have developed an extensive network of residential based services.

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Community Care

Our Community Support Service greatly enhances our ability to support Young People and families in their own environments. Our family focused interventions are tailored
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Parents Plus

Parents Plus Programmes are practical, positive and evidence-based programmes which are ideal for parents and for adults working with Children and Young People, and follow international best-practice guidelines

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Assessment Centre

Our Assessment Centre is a service that is available to organisations, families or individuals, providing access to professionals in the following areas;

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Latest News

18-01-2017

Warning issued about 'lethal white powder' following death of talented footballer (16)

The HSE has issued a public health message about a lethal white powder following the death of a teenager in Cork city.

 

Michael Cornacchia was discovered in an unresponsive state in a bedroom at his home in the Deerpark estate, Friars Walk, on the southside of Cork city on Monday.

The shocking discovery was made by his mother shortly after 10am on Monday.

 

Now David Lane, Co-Ordinator of Drug & Alcohol Services with the...

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