Have your say on early help support for children and families in Buckinghamshire
A public consultation on a new Early Help Partnership Strategy launched on Monday 1st November.
Buckinghamshire’s Children and Young People’s Partnership want to make sure that children, young people and their families get the support they need, when they need it, to deal with any problems they may be facing before they get worse. This support is known as early help and is provided by lots of different services across Buckinghamshire. These organisations include the Council, health services, education and voluntary and community sector organisations.
Early help services can offer support as soon as a family is facing a problem, through advice and information, drop-in sessions delivered at Family Centres across the county, or direct support from a professional who will work with a family and other professionals to agree a plan to help. In Buckinghamshire, there is already an Early Help Partnership Strategy that expires in March 2022.
Click the link to read the draft Early Help Strategy and to share your views: https://yourvoicebucks.citizenspace.com/schools/early-help-2021/
The closing date for the Early Help strategy survey is Friday 12 December 2021.