Cookstown and Western Shores Area Network

CO-VID 19 LATEST INFORMATION
Rural Community Development Support Service – Coronavirus / COVID-19 Emergency Response

As your Local Rural Support Network, we continue to support our local communities and groups in Mid Ulster as much as possible. We are following ongoing official advice on how to handle the current Coronavirus situation and keeping you all regularly up-to-date. COSTA CWSAN Newsletter – 24 June 2020

We are maintaining certain services strictly in line with all current restrictions. However, our offices are currently closed to the public.

If you require any support or assistance please ring us on 028 8773 8845 or Email: info@cwsan.org or message us via Facebook @cwsan.midulster

Mid Ulster District Council COVID-19 Local Community Support
Regularly updated Information and Lists of local Support Organisations to assist people in the Mid Ulster area is available on the Council website here

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Cookstown and Western Shores Area Network (CWSAN) is a community umbrella organisation which was formed in 1996 to represent and support the interests of community groups within the rural areas of Cookstown District and along the Western Shores of Lough Neagh. Since 2014 CWSAN has partnered with COSTA to ensure coverage for all of rural Mid-Ulster. We also operate an outreach office from the Rainey Centre, Magherafelt. The network aims to co-ordinate the activities of groups in the area through a range of support measures which include training, facilitation, information access, brokerage and consultation.

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Cwsan Midulster
AMH are running Healthy Me open Parents sessions running on 2nd/3rd February. These are perhaps more needed than ever, the session will not be interactive and will last approx 1 hour. It can be registered for via Eventbrite link below.The session will look at what is Mental Health,- Raise awareness of signs/symptoms of mental ill-health, - Teach self-care techniques for building resilience and confidence - Show you how and where to access support and further information.To register click the link below and register through eventbritewww.eventbrite.co.uk/e/parents-and-carers-mental-health-awareness-session-tickets-135829683239 ... See MoreSee Less
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Cwsan Midulster
HOME SCHOOLING πŸŽπŸ’»Due to the current restrictions we have created a resource to help support families and young people with home schooling. This resource includes tips, visuals and a social story. www.autismni.org/education ... See MoreSee Less
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The consumer council have answered your frequently asked questions on the impact of EU Exit on shopping online and deliveries to Northern Ireland. If you have any further questions please E-mail: contact@consumercouncil.org.uk or freephone 0800 121 6022Advice NI | Northern Ireland Trading Standards Service | Citizens Advice | nidirect | nibusinessinfo.co.uk | Invest Northern IrelandWe have answered your frequently asked questions on the impact of EU Exit on shopping online and deliveries to Northern Ireland. Visit www.consumercouncil.org.uk/euexit/postal-servicesIf you have any further questions please contact us: E-mail contact@consumercouncil.org.uk or freephone 0800 121 6022Advice NI | Northern Ireland Trading Standards Service | Citizens Advice | nidirect | nibusinessinfo.co.uk | Invest Northern Ireland ... See MoreSee Less
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CWSAN are part of the Healthy Living Alliance. Find out more by visiting www.hlcalliance.org/. We are pleased to be able to continue to offer our PAin Support course through Zoom starting Thursday 27th Hanuary at 2p.m. This award-winning Pain Support Programme is designed to improve the mental health of those who suffer from pain and encourage people to own their pain while advocating caution and self-care with regard to using pain medication.Around 450,000 in the north of Ireland live with long-term, persistent pain. Our Pain Support Programmes are designed to improve the mental health of those who suffer from pain, enhance their social inclusion, facilitate routine gentle movement, encourage people to own their pain while advocating caution and self-care with regard to using pain medication. ... See MoreSee Less
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