Cumann Lúthchleas Gael Fear Manach
This plan was adopted by the County Board on June 6th 2016 to better enable us to respond to Critical Incidents within the county. We recommend that each club develop their own Critical Incident Response Plan.
Below is the Link to the latest Fermanagh Critical Incident Response Plan.
Fermanagh Critical Incident Response Plan 2020
Club Health & Wellbeing Officer – Role Description
Defibrillator Guidelines (pdf)
Responding to a Critical Incident Guideline
GAA Concussion Management Guidelines 2013-2016
Link to sample policies for health and wellbeing
Club Resources (sample policies, guidelines etc)
GAA E-Learning site (you will need to register to access courses)
Play-In-My-Boots (a mental health resource)
Maximising Incomes & Outcomes A 3 Year Plan for Improving the Uptake of Benefits (this is a booklet produced by the DHSS on ensuring everyone gets the benefits they are entitled to)
Directory of services in Western Trust.
Mental Health Awareness information
MINDSET – funded by PHA, is a 3.5 hour programme, bespoke sessions to suit Adults and Young People. A minimum of 8 and a maximum of 20 per workshop.
TOGETHER FOR YOU project is funded by the Big Lottery Fund which promotes positive mental health and wellbeing in Northern Ireland and provide services to meet a range of mental health issues through partners such as Aware Defeat Depression, CRUSE, Relate, NEXUS and others.
PROVOKING THOUGHT – funded by the Big Lotter Fund – aims to help young people between the ages of 8 and 25 improve their mental health and equip them with skills to cope better with everyday life events. Content can include bullying, exam stress, confidence and self esteem, suicide and self harm. Ideal for schools as duration and content can be adapted to suit the timetable. Adult sessions are also available.
The afore mentioned training is FREE of charge, providing the group source the venue and refreshments.
Stop Smoking Presentation September 2015