Free Nutrition Advice and Healthy Recipe Videos on YouTube





A new 3 part video series on air frying has been added to the Public Health Dieticians YouTube channel.

  • Are air fryers healthy?
  • Are air fryers cost effective?
  • Air fryer recipe ideas

Follow link to watch: 

A wide range of free 30 minute nutrition webinars for all life stages and healthy recipe videos are available to watch on YouTube. Follow link to watch: 

FSH Newsletter – June Edition

The June edition of the Family Support Hub Newsletter is now available

(Please Note: Newsletter will download directly to your device.  Look out for the pop-up box and click on open file when it appears).

‘Hello and welcome to the June edition of the Family Support Hub Newsletter. It’s hard to believe we’re on the cusp of the school summer holidays already! With that in mind Yvonne has been working away to get all the information fitted in with a special effort to include information about summer activities/events alongside the usual array of useful information. Throughout the summer we will also be sharing information across our CYPSP social media channels so please check these out.

It is also packed full of information for parents/carers, early years, children & young people with a disability,  mental health and wellbeing advice,  Helplines and much more – make sure you download your copy now!

Previous editions of the newsletter are available at  under Family Support Newsletter section.

Shaping the future of voluntary youth work in Northern Ireland: Next steps

See below details for two exciting events coming up in September for voluntary youth work providers!

This is an opportunity to get involved in conversations on the future of the voluntary youth work sector in NI. You can sign up by scanning the QR code below;

Exciting opportunity for care experienced young people in Northern Ireland

Short course on Early Adversity and Developmental Trauma with Ulster University School of Psychology.

Contact Dr. Dominic McSherry; for more information.

New Springboard Programmes – Greater Belfast Area

Springboard are currently recruiting young people for new Programmes:

Flyer – Journeys consists of 4 distinct programmes, each tailored to specific needs, aimed at young people aged between 16 – 24 years from across the Greater Belfast area, depending on what programme they choose. Journeys provides young people the opportunity to create positive change both for themselves and their communities. There are four key themes that underpin Journeys which are Personal development, Good Relations, Citizenship and Employability.  

Flyer – YouthStart provides participants aged 16 – 30 assistance to work out their career aspirations and steer through their employability and career pathway.The programme supports individual development to build confidence, overcome barriers and understand their tailored career development ‘map’. The programme can be tailored around the individual through 1-1 support, group work and training to meet specific needs.

Flyer – HeadStart is a Skills for life and work programme working with 16-23* year olds (criteria applies). The programme operates over one year, 4 days per week starting in September.  Young people can gain Level 1 in Youth Work or Level 1 in Business Administration as well as Essential Skills in Maths, English and ICT. Young people will also build key personal and employability skills through work placements.

Flyer – Ignite is a fun based learning programme for 14-17 years olds to get involved in relationship building, social action projects, personal development and confidence building, residentials, new experiences and celebration event.

Participants from both the Journeys and HeadStart programmes can benefit from:

  • £8 daily incentive  
  • Free Travel Card
  • NOCN Qualifications
  • One to One Mentoring
  • Residential and Camps
  • Meet new people
  • Social Action Projects