You and the professional that knows you will talk about what is going well in your family, what the worries are, and what needs to happen to improve the situation. This will be written into the Early Help Assessment form.
The professional working with you will get a team of people together, to find out how they can all support you, who will do what and by when.
A lead professional will make sure that everyone working with you, has actions and timescales to complete by, together you will regularly review your early help assessment to make sure that things are improving for your family.
The whole process will take a little time, but we will only do it with your permission.
You will need an Early Help Assessment in order to get help from a Targeted Early Help Support Practitioner (previously known as a Family Support Worker)