What is Help and Support for Families and Children (previously known as Early Help)?
Help and Support for Families and Children means providing help and support to a child, young person or their family as soon as it is identified they need additional help and support.
This could be at any point in a child or young person’s life for example in pregnancy right the way through to their eighteenth birthday.
This can be help and support on more than one occasion, as we know children’s needs change as they grow and develop, there are challenges in their communities and their family circumstances and situations can change too.
In Worcestershire we know that by us all working together and helping families access the right help and support at the right time, at the earliest opportunity, we can support children and young people to meeting their full potential and try to stop the challenges or difficulties that they are facing from escalating for them and their family.
Worcestershire Local Authority has developed a Virtual Family Hub, which give families the opportunities to access help and support from a whole range of different services in different ways. This could be online, via the telephone or face to face.
Below under the 'Help and Support for Children and Families Statement', you will find links to how we as a school can help you and signpost you to services. If you need further help, then please visit the Worcestershire Virtual Family hub page and take a look at what help and support you can access directly through the Local Authority.