Our mission is the recognition of the unconditional respect due to every human being from conception to death, and of the right of every person, irrespective of religion, race, nationality, sex or age, to be treated without discrimination.
As a service we are committed to respect the life and integral personal well-being of everyone entrusted to our care, in all its dimensions, bodily, mentally and spiritually.
To support each child/adolescent towards a full and meaningful life. Staff will treat each child/adolescent with respect.
Each individual will have his/her needs met, as far as reasonably possible, in conjunction with the wishes of parents. The care and welfare of your child is of utmost importance to us and robust systems are in place to ensure your child's safety. If a concern arises regarding your child, it will be dealt with in accordance with our Child Protection Policy and in line with the Children's First Act.
Each child/adolescent is recognised as a citizen with equal rights and will have these respected at all times.
Each child/adolescent will have his/her own personal development plan and enjoy the best possible health and care.
St Paul’s provides a commitment to every individual to have a good quality of life in a safe and secure environment.
Management will plan the service in the interest of the individual; a person centred service that aims to support and meets their needs.
Deliver an effective, efficient, safe, person centred, equitable service, in line with best practice standards and service policies.
Provide care/support in the areas of health, communication, psychology and social support services that meet the needs of each child and family.
Develop a person centred plan for each child/adolescent, which supports the child to develop and lead as independent and satisfying life as possible, within his/her community and be supported to make a meaningful contribution to society.
Provide a respite placement that supports the continued involvement of the child in their own family and replicates a home from home environment.
We have an highly experienced, multi-disciplinary team. All staff working in St Paul’s receive mandatory training and additional training where required. They are also supported to attend training, conferences and events relevant to their work. Our staff also hold training for parents / legal guardians throughout the year in St Paul’s.
Ms Claire Bowe (St. Paul's CFCC)
Ms Lina Plycevaityte (St Paul’s Dromawling)
Ms Julie-Ann Jones (St Paul’s Coolatree)
Ms Joanne Mc Namee (St Paul's Santry)
Ms Niamh Salter (St Paul's CFCC)
Ms Claire Bowe (St Paul’s CFCC)
Ms Niamh Salter (St Paul’s CFCC)
Mr John O’Beirne (Senior Social Worker, St Paul’s CFCC )
Dr Carol Cassidy (Medical Director and Consultant Psychiatrist, St Paul's CFCC)