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)
This page is intended for practitioner use only and not for the completion by members of the public.
The new Early Help Assessment (EHA) was implemented on 1st December 2015, to replace the Common Assessment framework (CAF). All of the supporting documentation, including the EHA Guidance has been rewritten to reflect a Signs of Safety methodology.
There are standard forms to be used to record Early Help support in Rutland and you can use these documents to record the work done with families using this process.
TOP TIPS WHEN COMPLETING THESE FORMS:
How to complete an Early Help Assessment
How to complete an Early Help action plan
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