The Oberstown Annual Report 2019 presents key developments and achievements at the campus over the course of 2019. The 2019 report gives an update on ongoing progress in Oberstown to provide the best possible care for young people through the CEHOP model. Highlights include:
- Increased physical and mental health supports for all young people and staff with the provision of additional resources on campus.
- An expanded range of programmes to reduce offending behaviour available to all young people across a variety of areas, with 51 participants completing one or more of these interventions.
- The introduction of new vocational training for young people from Java Republic and Image Fitness – 28 young people qualified as baristas with five young people and four members of staff qualifying as fitness instructors.
- Establishment of Campus Council to allow for greater participation by young people in Campus decisions.
- An ongoing commitment to strengthening employee capacity through career development and training with 27 managers at Oberstown graduating from DCU LEAD programme.
- A continued focus on governance with the appointment of a new Board of Management.
Read the report here.