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Speaker Profile

Helen

 Mc Kenzie

Director of the Safeguarding Board NI
Helen Mc Kenzie is the director of the Safeguarding board NI. She is project lead for the Early Intervention Transformation Program (EITP) which aims to strengthen the culture of inter-professional working practice, with a particular focus on adverse childhood experiences (ACE) by supporting professionals to train together as well as embedding commonality in prevention and early intervention approaches. Helen also works closely and liaises with the children and young peoples strategic partnership, the regional ACE’s reference Group and the Multiple Adverse Childhood Experiences (MACE’s) project. The MACE’s Project is overseen by co-operation and Working Together (CAWT) a partnership between the health and social care Services in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, which facilitates cross border collaborative working in health and social care.

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