Early Help Champions

The purpose of early help is to prevent any issues from getting worse by offering families support at the right time.
Any professional working with your family, such as those based in schools, health services, and in voluntary sector organisations, can offer Early Help services as soon as they can see that advice, support and/or intervention may be needed.
Early help works best when it's offered to the whole family and when services are delivered jointly by professionals.
Early help assessments
Early Help Assessments (EHA) are how professionals identify and assess your family's needs.
We complete the assessment with your family and a range of different organisations, such as schools and health services. This is so the support given meets the needs of the whole family.
An EHA means everyone can make sure the support is working and making a difference to your family. It also helps to improve local services for everyone.  Miss Churton and Mrs Stokes have both completed training on Early Help Intervention and want to offer support to our families. 
If you would like to find out more about the Early Help process please contact Miss Churton as she is Meadowside's Early Help Lead Professional.
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We work with the Early Help Team in the East Cluster and our named Whole Family Practitioner is:
If you would like any more information regarding Early Help, please feel free to speak with Miss Churton or Mrs Stokes. You can also find a copy of the Early Help brochure below.

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