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Early Help Assessments

There are changes to the way our early help services are running at the moment, because of COVID-19. These changes include: assessments being completed virtually,  socially distanced face to face meetings, some services only being available over the phone or email and some of our staff needing to wear PPE (personal protective equipment)

The EHA is intended to be used for children with additional needs, i.e. those children who are at risk of poor outcomes. It promotes earlier identification of unmet needs and more coordinated service provision so that practitioners in all agencies can communicate and work together more effectively. Experience shows that this benefits children, young people and their families.

Early Help Services Available

There are a range of services available to families in Rutland from early years right through to adulthood. Click the links below for more information about these services:

Aiming High

Aiming high for disabled children in Rutland provides services for children/young people with disabilities and their families in Rutland. 

Visions Children's Centre 

Children centre services provide a range of services to support families with young children 0-11 years of age.

Rutland Youth Service

Rutland youth service provides a range of activities, support and advice for young people aged 11-19 years old and up to 25 for Young People with special educational needs.

All family Services in Rutland

For further information on all family services available in Rutland please visit the Rutland Information Service.

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