• Identification of needs through a friendly conversation/meeting
  • Signpost to identifying professionals – Index of Professional Support
  • Referral to the Hampshire Early Intervention Pathway (Early Help Hub) – we will send you a Google form to populate the information that will be required for the multi-agency approach. The referral may trigger the involvement of multiple agencies, each providing support or services in their respective areas of expertise.

Examples of concerns may include:

  • Sleep routines
  • Sibling arguments, fighting or aggression
  • Managing risk-taking in teenagers
  • Low-level school attendance issues
  • Toileting
  • Routines and expectations
  • Children taking risks
  • Sudden behaviour changes in children
  • Persistent absence or exclusion from school
  • Mental health concerns

After a Hampshire Intervention Pathway Referral

Allocation of Support: Once the referral is received, a team or panel responsible for the Early Help Intervention Pathway assesses the case and determines the appropriate level of support required. This could range from low-level support, such as advice and information, to more intensive interventions, such as family support services or counselling.

Service Delivery: After the level of support is determined, the relevant services or interventions are provided to the family. These services are designed to address their specific needs and help them overcome challenges.

Review and Monitoring: Ongoing monitoring and reviews are typically part of the process to assess the family’s progress and make any necessary adjustments to the support plan.