Research: are in total 15 services that

 

Research: The
strategy for research is that Helen should look around to different
organizations to see which is more suitable to their situation. They can read
up on reviews about other people that may have used their services before in
the past. This will help them decide what is best for their family. As well as
Helen and Paul having to decide what to do, they can also get advice from these
organizations as to what they would think would be best for their needs.

State
Housing Finance Agency – The state housing finance agency (HFA) is a
self-financing company. They are available to lend funds to the local
authorities for both waste and environmental capital projects under the terms
in the Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 2002. They provide loan final to
local authorities and voluntary housing bodies for housing and for any related
purposes. (Housing Finance Agency,
2018)

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The
Salvation Army -The Salvation Army is an organization that provides a range of
services that support families, young people and children through areas such as
local churches and also via community centers. Ofsted and local authorities
that are applicable register and inspect these facilities often. There are in
total 15 services that provide caring for children during school holidays,
before school and after school. If this were to be a necessary option for Helen
when she sends Jack off to school she will have this option which also provides
a service at low cost where they will help your child develop socially and
personally, they offer stimulating activities, encourage every child to have
free thinking and support each member the same. (The Salvation Army, 2018)

Support
Groups – Support groups are organizations that are set up for those who may
suffer from a common disorder to gather around and talk about how they feel and
their experiences with the disorder and how they cope. This allows everyone to
find new ideas that may help them, to not feel alone and to express themselves
and not be judged for it. These support groups are led by a trained member who
can also provide help to individuals about their problem. There are usually no
more than 10 people per support group as many people don’t like talking in
large groups of people. (WebMD, 2005-2018)

Barnardos
– Barnardos is an organization that provides services and support for children
and families who are in need of it. As well as providing services and support they
also campaign in Ireland for the rights of children and for childcare
professionals they provide both training and knowledge resources. They focus
mainly on the child in each family, providing 14 different services that are
for each individuals needs in a practical and professional manner. Barnardos
also provide services that work with the three stages of development including;
Best start- for children aged 0-5 years of age, supporting them with their
emotional development and preparing them for school. Best chance- for children
aged 6-12 years of age, supporting their emotional achievements and learning
developmental achievements. The third group is 13-18 year olds, focus on
learning about development outcomes and their emotional outcomes. They also
provide child-focused work, family-focused work, parent-focused work and group
work. (Barnardos, n.d.)

Saint
Vincent’s De Paul – Saint Vincent’s De Paul is set up to assist both
individuals and/or families with supportive and non-judgmental help. It is an
International Christian voluntary membership organization and anyone can become
a member. They are an organization that believe in everyone being able to live
life with dignity and try hard to safeguard children, young people and also
vulnerable adults. This is done by reporting concerns to the Statutory
Authorities who will then deal with situation appropriately, sharing data about
child and vulnerable adult protection along with good practice to others who
need it. Members, auxiliary members and employees are only chosen after the
procedures are followed accurately. They recognize the risks that can occur for
vulnerable adults and also the importance of welfare for a child. SVP can help
out in many ways by providing many of their services. Services are provided for
those who are vulnerable from local offices, shops, resource centers, housing,
daycare and holiday schemes, and more. (Society of St. Vincent de
Paul , n.d.)

Community:

 

LIHEAP
–  Also known as Low Income Home Energy
Assistance Program is a program set up to help families have a safe and healthy
energy supply and also to help with energy costs as some people are living of a
low income and find it difficult to pay for heating or cooling systems in their
homes. LIHEAP can also allow for people to improve their homes and make
everything energy efficient. (Office of Community
Services, 2017)

Early
Childcare services- early childhood services can provide information about
kindergarten and educational programs. Childcare services may include; full day
care, sessional services, part-time day care, school age childcare, child
minding in your own home and parent and toddler groups. These different groups
allow for Jack to play with other children around his age and also allow for
Helen to have time to herself where she can get jobs done or go to work. (Early Childhood Ireland,
2007-2015)

Financial
Assistance – financial assistance can consist of loans, loan guarantees
outright grants provided by third-parties, tax allowances and cost sharing
arrangements. Financial assistance may be of help to Helen if necessary to pay
for medical bills as she is currently pregnant. Also for Jack Incase he may
come down with an illness and also he is due to go for a checkup. Helen may
also need to take out a loan to support Jack in attending pre-school in the
near future.           (Buisness Dictionary, 2018)

MABs
– MABS is a Money Advice and Budgeting Service. MABS is available to anybody
that are facing difficulties with money. Therefore for Helen and Paul it is
advisable that they contact MABS to deal with money management or any debt that
they are dealing with. Services provided by MABS include dealing with debt, if
you cannot pay your debts, addressing mortgage arrears, dedicated mortgage
arrears (DMA) service, court mentor service, scheme of aid and advice and other
services such as providing money management education. (Citizens Information, 3)

Family
support work – A family support group would be an appropriate strategy for this
family as it consists of family members who come together to share their
different experiences and issues they face as a family. This allows for
everyone there to maybe relate to each other and how there may be different
coping strategies that could help others. As well as it being there for people
to get support, it also allows for people to make friends. This family support
group is available for non-judgmental, comforting support to allow everybody to
realize what they think they have done wrong and come up with a solution. (National Family Support
Network, 2017)

Government:

As a family they should
work together in order to reduce stress and to figure out what they want to do
in the future as to whether or not Paul moves back in or if not whether Jack
will spend time with him while Helen can relax and have a part time job.
Together as a family they can attend a family support group until there
situation is resolved. Here they can meet others that may be in the same
situation and can learn what they are trying to do in order for them to cope
during times of difficulty. Another strategy that may help the need of this
family is that they could get help and support from their other family members,
such as staying in a relative’s house for the time being or getting someone to
mind Jack while Helen gets some things done during the day. They should also
try to visit Helen’s mother as she was a big part of Jacks life as she enjoyed
taking care of him which also gave Helen some time to herself and to be able to
relax.

Family:

Paul- Paul should help
Helen more like he used to as it is putting a strain on Helen to be able to
provide enough for Jack as well as having a new baby on the way in which Helen
should be trying to relax and not stress. He should provide a certain amount of
money towards his kids Jack and also the unborn child. As this could help with
getting proper nutritional food and for Jack to get new shoes that are not ruined.

Jack- Jack should be
placed into a crèche or preschool in order for him to interact with other kids
his age as at three years old there is a lot of developments such as they have
more empathy towards children, become more independent, interact with other
children and may have less separation anxiety from parents. He should also be
brought to a playground or just on a walk as this allows him to get exercise
and reduce the amount of energy he has when he gets home. 

Helen- Helen should seek
help for the anxiety she is feeling with the new baby on the way and with the
financial issues, she could go to
a GP or a psychologist. Also, to see her mother more as she was a big part of both herself and Jacks
life before they moved and it became difficult and if not maybe to reach
out to Paul’s side of the family. Going for a walk will also be beneficial for
Helen as well as Jack as it will allow her to release any stress or tension that
she may be feeling.

 

Research: The
strategy for research is that Helen should look around to different
organizations to see which is more suitable to their situation. They can read
up on reviews about other people that may have used their services before in
the past. This will help them decide what is best for their family. As well as
Helen and Paul having to decide what to do, they can also get advice from these
organizations as to what they would think would be best for their needs.

State
Housing Finance Agency – The state housing finance agency (HFA) is a
self-financing company. They are available to lend funds to the local
authorities for both waste and environmental capital projects under the terms
in the Housing (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 2002. They provide loan final to
local authorities and voluntary housing bodies for housing and for any related
purposes. (Housing Finance Agency,
2018)

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The
Salvation Army -The Salvation Army is an organization that provides a range of
services that support families, young people and children through areas such as
local churches and also via community centers. Ofsted and local authorities
that are applicable register and inspect these facilities often. There are in
total 15 services that provide caring for children during school holidays,
before school and after school. If this were to be a necessary option for Helen
when she sends Jack off to school she will have this option which also provides
a service at low cost where they will help your child develop socially and
personally, they offer stimulating activities, encourage every child to have
free thinking and support each member the same. (The Salvation Army, 2018)

Support
Groups – Support groups are organizations that are set up for those who may
suffer from a common disorder to gather around and talk about how they feel and
their experiences with the disorder and how they cope. This allows everyone to
find new ideas that may help them, to not feel alone and to express themselves
and not be judged for it. These support groups are led by a trained member who
can also provide help to individuals about their problem. There are usually no
more than 10 people per support group as many people don’t like talking in
large groups of people. (WebMD, 2005-2018)

Barnardos
– Barnardos is an organization that provides services and support for children
and families who are in need of it. As well as providing services and support they
also campaign in Ireland for the rights of children and for childcare
professionals they provide both training and knowledge resources. They focus
mainly on the child in each family, providing 14 different services that are
for each individuals needs in a practical and professional manner. Barnardos
also provide services that work with the three stages of development including;
Best start- for children aged 0-5 years of age, supporting them with their
emotional development and preparing them for school. Best chance- for children
aged 6-12 years of age, supporting their emotional achievements and learning
developmental achievements. The third group is 13-18 year olds, focus on
learning about development outcomes and their emotional outcomes. They also
provide child-focused work, family-focused work, parent-focused work and group
work. (Barnardos, n.d.)

Saint
Vincent’s De Paul – Saint Vincent’s De Paul is set up to assist both
individuals and/or families with supportive and non-judgmental help. It is an
International Christian voluntary membership organization and anyone can become
a member. They are an organization that believe in everyone being able to live
life with dignity and try hard to safeguard children, young people and also
vulnerable adults. This is done by reporting concerns to the Statutory
Authorities who will then deal with situation appropriately, sharing data about
child and vulnerable adult protection along with good practice to others who
need it. Members, auxiliary members and employees are only chosen after the
procedures are followed accurately. They recognize the risks that can occur for
vulnerable adults and also the importance of welfare for a child. SVP can help
out in many ways by providing many of their services. Services are provided for
those who are vulnerable from local offices, shops, resource centers, housing,
daycare and holiday schemes, and more. (Society of St. Vincent de
Paul , n.d.)

Community:

 

LIHEAP
–  Also known as Low Income Home Energy
Assistance Program is a program set up to help families have a safe and healthy
energy supply and also to help with energy costs as some people are living of a
low income and find it difficult to pay for heating or cooling systems in their
homes. LIHEAP can also allow for people to improve their homes and make
everything energy efficient. (Office of Community
Services, 2017)

Early
Childcare services- early childhood services can provide information about
kindergarten and educational programs. Childcare services may include; full day
care, sessional services, part-time day care, school age childcare, child
minding in your own home and parent and toddler groups. These different groups
allow for Jack to play with other children around his age and also allow for
Helen to have time to herself where she can get jobs done or go to work. (Early Childhood Ireland,
2007-2015)

Financial
Assistance – financial assistance can consist of loans, loan guarantees
outright grants provided by third-parties, tax allowances and cost sharing
arrangements. Financial assistance may be of help to Helen if necessary to pay
for medical bills as she is currently pregnant. Also for Jack Incase he may
come down with an illness and also he is due to go for a checkup. Helen may
also need to take out a loan to support Jack in attending pre-school in the
near future.           (Buisness Dictionary, 2018)

MABs
– MABS is a Money Advice and Budgeting Service. MABS is available to anybody
that are facing difficulties with money. Therefore for Helen and Paul it is
advisable that they contact MABS to deal with money management or any debt that
they are dealing with. Services provided by MABS include dealing with debt, if
you cannot pay your debts, addressing mortgage arrears, dedicated mortgage
arrears (DMA) service, court mentor service, scheme of aid and advice and other
services such as providing money management education. (Citizens Information, 3)

Family
support work – A family support group would be an appropriate strategy for this
family as it consists of family members who come together to share their
different experiences and issues they face as a family. This allows for
everyone there to maybe relate to each other and how there may be different
coping strategies that could help others. As well as it being there for people
to get support, it also allows for people to make friends. This family support
group is available for non-judgmental, comforting support to allow everybody to
realize what they think they have done wrong and come up with a solution. (National Family Support
Network, 2017)

Government:

As a family they should
work together in order to reduce stress and to figure out what they want to do
in the future as to whether or not Paul moves back in or if not whether Jack
will spend time with him while Helen can relax and have a part time job.
Together as a family they can attend a family support group until there
situation is resolved. Here they can meet others that may be in the same
situation and can learn what they are trying to do in order for them to cope
during times of difficulty. Another strategy that may help the need of this
family is that they could get help and support from their other family members,
such as staying in a relative’s house for the time being or getting someone to
mind Jack while Helen gets some things done during the day. They should also
try to visit Helen’s mother as she was a big part of Jacks life as she enjoyed
taking care of him which also gave Helen some time to herself and to be able to
relax.

Family:

Paul- Paul should help
Helen more like he used to as it is putting a strain on Helen to be able to
provide enough for Jack as well as having a new baby on the way in which Helen
should be trying to relax and not stress. He should provide a certain amount of
money towards his kids Jack and also the unborn child. As this could help with
getting proper nutritional food and for Jack to get new shoes that are not ruined.

Jack- Jack should be
placed into a crèche or preschool in order for him to interact with other kids
his age as at three years old there is a lot of developments such as they have
more empathy towards children, become more independent, interact with other
children and may have less separation anxiety from parents. He should also be
brought to a playground or just on a walk as this allows him to get exercise
and reduce the amount of energy he has when he gets home. 

Helen- Helen should seek
help for the anxiety she is feeling with the new baby on the way and with the
financial issues, she could go to
a GP or a psychologist. Also, to see her mother more as she was a big part of both herself and Jacks
life before they moved and it became difficult and if not maybe to reach
out to Paul’s side of the family. Going for a walk will also be beneficial for
Helen as well as Jack as it will allow her to release any stress or tension that
she may be feeling.

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