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Advice, Support and Early Help Services

Being a parent isn’t always easy which is why the glosfamiliesdirectory is here to help.  There are a wide range of organisations available both across Gloucestershire and nationally, who provide advice and support to families and/or those professionals working with them. Searching by keyword will…

Early Help Funding

Early Help Funding is a small resource of money available across the county to support Lead Practitioners in the community to be creative with commissioning services for children and young people in order to meet short term needs identified in a My Plan or My Plan+.…

Early Help Practice Guidance

This document aims to provide guidance to the whole range of practitioners working with and supporting children, young people and families in Gloucestershire. Early Help is a key element of safeguarding and as such is everyone’s responsibility. While at times it may involve referrals to…

Early Years, Education and Childcare

The Early Years is a crucial time of development for all children.  Choosing the right type of childcare, or early learning opportunities is an important decision for parents to make.   You will find useful information about the various childcare options, as well as details of funding which may be…

Education - School Admissions

All children in England between the ages of 5 and 18 are entitled to a free place at a state school.  In Gloucestershire, children are able to attend Reception Class the September following their fourth birthday and parents will be contacted in the previous November…

Family Support, Advice and Early Help Services

The Family Information Service Providing a free confidential advice line offering guidance and emotional support on any aspect of parenting and family life. We can help you…. Let us know what information or advice you are looking for Once we fully understand, we can think…

Gloucestershire Autism Services

We are a group of parents who each have autistic children. We belong to an organisation called the Autism Network Group that works to improve services for autistic people and their families in Gloucestershire.  Parents have often said how hard it has been to find…

Gloucestershire's process and templates for Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND)

Click here to view an animated clip (with subtitles) of Gloucestershire's Education, Health and Care Plan pathway  
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