Early Help Assessment
Signs of well-being and success and supporting documents
Early Help Guidance
a range of guidance leaflets...
Early Help and Family Support Panels
plus supporting documents...
SEND in the Early Help Process
Early Help Team
Contact the team ...
Early Help Strategy
Read the Early Help Partnership Strategy...
Early Help is the response made when a professional identifies unmet needs with a child/family and works with other agencies to meet those needs.
At this level of need an Early Help Assessment - Signs of Well-being and Success (EHA) should be completed with the child and family to identify, what is working well, what the worries are and what wellbeing and success would look like.
A clear plan will be developed by the agencies with the family that is SMART and is focused on what success will look like for the child/ren.
The completion of an EHA would trigger a response from different agencies. A date should be set for a Team Around the Family (TAF) meeting, in order to identify a coordinator, agree the plan and which agency would work to achieve each of the wellbeing goals.