The Children's Advice Team provide advice about how you can help vulnerable children, young people and families through Early Help.
A FEHA is a way of gathering information about children,young people and families in one place and using that information to help decide what type of support is needed.
The TACF brings together the parent, child, young person and practitioners into a small team focused around the needs of a child or young person. Find out more about a TACF.
Find out more about the role of a Lead Practitioner and how the Children's Advice Team can support you.
Find out about the range of Early Help training courses offered by the Children's Advice Team.
Find out about flagging and how to flag a concern.
The Children's Advice Team operates using a locality model. Find out who your link worker is and how they can support you within your setting.
Download a range of school attendance resources.
Guidance on information sharing and how effective communication between practitioners will lead to better outcomes for children and young people.
A guide to help you decide what level of concern you have about a child or young person.
Guidance on including the voice of family members, particularly children, within assessments.
The Early Help Strategy outlines our ambition for early help services for children and families, and the principles that guide us.