The purpose of Early Help is to prevent any issues from getting worse by offering support at the right time. Any professional working with a family, such as those based in schools, health services, and in voluntary sector organisations, can offer Early Help services as soon as they can see that advice, support and/or intervention may be needed.
Early Help can provide support for families covering a range of areas such as education, childcare, support for children with special educational needs and disabilities and support for families with older children and teenagers.
Early Help works best when it is offered to the whole family and when services are delivered jointly by professionals. Early Help is everyone’s business.
Please click on the link below to find out more about the Early Help service:
Warrington SEND Information Advice and Support Service (SENDIASS):
Warrington SEND Information Advice and Support Service is a service available to parents/ carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities aged between 0- 25 years.
The support and advice we provide is impartial, confidential and free. We will listen to your concerns about special educational needs, disability, EHC plans and other educational queries. Our service is statutory and is available to all Warrington parents, carers and young people and more information can be found via the link below:
You can find information about housing advice and support, and different housing options below:
Money and Legal Advice:
If you're struggling to manage your money, or know your rights and entitlements there are many organisations offering free information and independent advice. Various local and national services can help you to claim the benefits you are entitled to, get consumer advice, manage debt and more. Please use the link below to access further information:
Whether you are here for an hour, a day or longer Warrington has something for everyone!
Click the link below to find a range of activities for babies, toddlers, young people and how to become a volunteer: