Welcome to 10:32


10:32 Wyre Forest Early Help is a new early help service for children, young people and their parents who live in the Wyre Forest. It is delivered by a consortium of partners led by the national children’s charity Barnardo’s and including local partners Vestia Community Trust and ContinU Trust on behalf of Worcestershire County Council.

10:32 Wyre Forest Early Help aims to improve the lives of children and young people by giving families the right service, at the right time, in the right place and in the right way.

10:32 Wyre Forest Early Help works in partnership with nurseries, childminders, schools and local colleges, health services, voluntary and community groups, job centres, local employers and housing associations and statutory services.

10:32 Wyre Forest Early Help offers a range of universal services for all families with a child aged 0-19 including Children’s Centre groups and activities, midwives and health visitor clinics, parents to be sessions, breastfeeding advice and support, speech and language groups, counselling, family and adult learning, including accredited courses.

10:32 Wyre Forest Early Help offers a range of targeted services including family support and evidence based parenting programmes.

10:32 Wyre Forest Early Help offers services in the home, from a range of community buildings in the local community and from each of the six Early Help Centres in the Wyre Forest.

RoSPA is looking to develop a new section on their website aimed at parents and carers with children under five.

They are really keen to find out what they see as risks to children’s safety, what they do to keep their little ones safe and what the best safety advice they’ve ever had is.

To this end they have devised a survey https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=147187265353

They would like to receive as much feedback as possible and anyone completing the survey is in with a chance to win £100 of Asda vouchers. The survey closes on October 21.

If at any time you feel a child is at immediate risk of significant harm, please contact the Access Centre – 0845 607 2000

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