2. Early Help
What is Early Help?
Early Help means getting additional, timely and effective support to children, young people and families who need it. It aims to enable children to flourish and to prevent costly, long term and negative outcomes.
Early Help can refer to support in the critical early years of a child’s life (including pre-birth and pregnancy), but can cover any age when difficulties begin to emerge. This approach enables support to take place before the situation deteriorates further.
Early Help aims to significantly improve the outcomes for children, young people and families. In order to do this, it relies on local agencies working together to identify and assess individual needs, and provide targeted support for these.
- You can find out more by reading our Early Help offer and Strategy.
- For information about Early Help Services please visit Early Help Services
For more information on the Early Help Assessment (EHA) please visit the information on the Bath and North East Somerset Council website. Early Help
- If you have questions about the implementation of Early Help Assessment Framework in Bath & North East Somerset, please email firstname.lastname@example.org