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The Early Help Assessment Journey. Support, Resources and Information

COVID-19 Update: Early Help Hubs remain open.

*** Our E.H.A e-learning and our bespoke face to face briefings/training courses, are now available for practitioners. For more information on how to access these, please see our information leaflets in the drop down boxes below. ***

*** Please view (in our download section) how we protect our learning materials and look to comply with General Data Protection Regulation. ***

The Early Help Assessment and guidance, available in the (Forms) drop down box section below, 

The Request for Early Help Support Form enables professionals to seek support in overcoming challenges associated with progressing an E.H.A. Alternativley you may require support in identifying the right agencies to help meet the identified needs of a family.

Helping young people and families to help themselves begins with an understanding of what’s important to them. Please see our Early Help information leaflets (below) for parents and teenagers. The leaflets provide families with an initial insight into Early Help. More importantly they provide an opportunity for individuals, to begin to explore the process of an holistic assessment for themselves.


Training and Resources


Information Leaflets