TAC has a range of helpful downloads:
- TAC parent leaflet
- TAC handbook 2023
- Having conversations in early help (EHA guidance)
- Early help assessment for partner agencies
- Early help assessment timeline tool for partner agencies
- Early help assessment - young carer best questions
- Guidance on names and pronouns
- CS child and family progress plan
- CS child and family progress plan - guidance
- Closure summary
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: 01522 555828
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Forum dates currently planned for this year:
How professionally curious are you? - Friday 22 September 9.30 to 11am
Why asking questions when supporting children and families is so important, yet sometimes hard to do. This forum will support your confidence and development in speaking with families and we will share ideas as to what has helped other professionals become professionally curious.
Come along to this free event to learn about all the different ways you can ask questions and how this supports the children and families. Topics will also include asking questions to help identify young carers and being curious around understanding parental relationships..
Understand the transitions within children’s services - Tuesday 17 October 9.30am to 11am
Whether a social worker is ceasing their involvement with a family or an early help worker being assigned to offer support. Stepping in and out of families lives, are the terms used but what does this mean, for families and professionals in practice.
This free event is open to all professionals to learn about what is meant by the terms step in and step out and the importance of communication and respect. Hear about when a step out works well and the positive impact this has on the child, young person and family. Opportunities to ask any questions and be clear as to the expectations on you as a professional.
Why involving dads and male carers in children’s assessments and plans is so important - Friday 17 November 10am to 11.30am
It may not always be easy but come along and hear some top tips which may help. We will also discuss topics such as parental responsibility, and share ideas how reviews of any sort can be managed when the parents are separated.
How early help works in Lincolnshire
We welcome you to this free virtual event to support your understanding around what early help means in Lincolnshire, and the many ways early help support can be offered to children, young people and families.
Hear from professionals who have embedded early help practice into their role and the difference this has made to the children and families. Revisit the Early Help Strategy to see what more we can do to ensure that Lincolnshire families receive the right support, by the right person at the right time.
There will be a representative from the Early Help Front Door who are the team who look at the assessments and screen as to the best avenue of support. They will talk through what they look for in assessments and share their top tips which help them to make the best decision. There will be opportunities for questions and sharing of practice.
We look forward to seeing you there.
To book a space, please visit the Enable platform where this forum is listed.
If you experience any problems, please email Hannah.firstname.lastname@example.org.