Early years support in Harrow
Welcome to the Early Years Local Offer in Early Years! From the moment your child is born Harrow offers your family support to identify and address any additional needs as they emerge. Here are some of the teams and networks in Harrow to support you and your child child:
0-5 years. Harrow Families Information Service (FIS) provide information, advice, guidance and signposting to appropriate services based on the individual needs of families. All the information we provide to families and professionals is free Families Information Service team
0-5 years. The Harrow Health Visiting Service is a specialist team providing expert advice, support and interventions to families with children in their first years of life, and help empower parents and carers to make decisions that affect their family's future health and wellbeing.
0-5 years. Portage Home Visiting Service is a home teaching programme for pre-school children aged 0-5 years, who are experiencing delayed development Portage Home Visiting Service
0-25 years. Early Support Hubs deliver services and activities for parents, carers, pregnant women and young people. There are three hubs: Cedars Hub at Cedars, The Pinner Centre, Chandos, Stanmore Park and Whitefriars; Hillview Hub at Hillview, Kenmore Park, Gange, Elmgrove and Roxbourne and Wealdstone Hub will link with Cedars Youth and Community Centre, Pinner Centre and the Beacon Centre.
0-5 years. The Early Years Team provides training, advice, guidance, and support to 160 Childminders; 110 Private, Voluntary, Independent nurseries, day care, pre-schools; and 28 school nurseries to help them to support your child with SEND and additional needs. The Early Years Area SENCo and her team support early identification of additional needs and high impact intervention in all early years settings.
0-5 years. The Children's Sensory Team works with children and young people with hearing and / or vision impairmentfrom birth to 25 years. We can work with them in their homes, play-groups, nurseries, schools and colleges.
0-25 years. The educational Psychology Service works with Children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities, and other vulnerable young people such as those in public care, for whom there are concers about development and progress Educational Psychologist