2018 was a productive year at CDI during which the core programmes ATTI, Chit Chat, Doodle Den, Doodle Families, Parental Support in Early Years and Restorative Practices (RP) continued to develop and reached out to a further annual cycle of children, parents, staff, young people, adults, schools, service providers and community organisations. The year saw the launch of Tallaght Welcomes Breastfeeding, the Parenting Engagement and Relationship Toolkit (PEAR) and the broad expansion of Restorative Practices training. In 2018 CDI launched the How is our Neighbourhood research, developed the Quality Services, Better Outcomes Workbook and provided more training and support on a consultancy basis.
CDI CEO Marian Quinn warmly thanked CDI’s core funder Tusla for its continued support in 2018, together with all those who participated. “It is through engagement that our work comes to life. CDI would like to sincerely thank the children, parents, staff, young people, adults, schools, service providers and community organisations that worked with us in 2018”, she said.
To see CDI’s 2018 Annual Report and more information www.cdi.ie.