We are here to support all children who need our help, get in contact with us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Nolan is our Senior Speech & Language Therapist. She is registered with CORU (SL 009259) and a member of Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists. She has a BSc (Hons) degree in Speech and Language Therapy from UCC and has been working in the area of SLT almost 8 years. She has been in private practice (including work in Rainbow Club privately) since 2015 and regularly attend CPD courses.
Caroline holds a masters in Art Therapy and a Bachelors degree in Fine Art from Crawford College of Art and Design. She has gained extensive experience working with both adults and children.
A referral can be made for Art Therapy session for variety of reasons, including: Anxiety, Depression, Personal or family trauma, Emotional difficulties, Behavioural issues, Challenging behaviour, Self-injurious behaviour, Emotional regulation, Sensory or processing difficulties, Suicidal thoughts or suicidal ideation.
Caroline will available for any person in need of support through art therapy and we are delighted to say that the service is also open to the public.
Student Councillor Sharon O Brien is doing her placement here with us while completing her final hours to achieving BSc in Counselling and Psycotherapy with PCI College. Sharon will be available to meet parents & adults over 18 years here at Rainbow Club. This will be a 1/1 support and available to any parent that needs this support. Sharon has taken part in Covid19 training and will follow all guidelines set out by the club in relation to Covid19. She will follow all protocols set out by PCI insuring the strictest of confidence and respect the privacy of every person she engages with.
At the Rainbow Club, we help the children develop their social skills using a wide range of activities such as:
There are over 57 volunteers who give their time freely to help run the club. All our staff and volunteers are Garda vetted and some work with or have children who are on the spectrum.
Volunteers are certified in: