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Your early help team

Co-ordinated support

An early help team is a team of children's service professionals. We work with children, young people and families living within a particular area. You may have worked with a member of a early help team in the past.

Our work is focused on meeting additional targeted, non-social work needs, predominantly level 3.


 

How do I get help from my early help team?

Please see the getting access to support page.


 

What do you do?

We will:

  • Meet the needs of children and families as early as possible and prevent them from getting worse.
  • Be a single local point of contact for accessing targeted support services.
  • Provide a coordinated response to meeting the needs of pupils.
  • Work with children and families in 4 main ways: 
    • Consultation and advice

    • Individual case work

    • Group and family work

    • Whole school work.

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Latest social care and health news
£5.5 million to help young and old this summer

£5.5 million to help young and old this summer

Around 27,000 children and their families will be among those benefiting from £5.5 million pounds worth of help this summer, as Staffordshire County Council distributing money to households most in need of support to put towards the cost of food, energy and water.
Date:
18 May 2022
Reminder to get booster ahead of Summer Half Term

Reminder to get booster ahead of Summer Half Term

People in Staffordshire are encouraged to get vaccinated before schools break up for half term, especially if they are planning to visit elderly or vulnerable relatives.
Date:
18 May 2022
Staffordshire Covid Lead To Step Down From Role

Staffordshire Covid Lead To Step Down From Role

Dr Johnny McMahon, who was appointed to spearhead the public health drive on Covid-19, is standing down after almost two years in the role and will remain as a Staffordshire county councillor for Hednesford and Rawnsley.
Date:
13 May 2022
Extra £19 million allocated to health and social care services

Extra £19 million allocated to health and social care services

An extra £19.25 million has been allocated to health and social care services in Staffordshire, to help people remain in their homes and communities for longer.
Date:
11 May 2022

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