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What is the Early Help Hub?

In Cornwall, the Early Help Hub (EHH) is the place to go to identify the most appropriate service to support children and young people. The EHH provides:

  • A single point of contact for Cornwall Council and Community Based Children's Early Help Support and Services
  • A professional triage and processing hub for all service requests for Children’s Early Help Services
  • A source of information and advice to help you access the right support for the child or young person in your care. Staff within the Early Help Hub will decide whether the child / young person is eligible for support and which service is most appropriate. This is usually in discussion with the person making the request and / or young person / family.

The following services can be accessed through EHH:

  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder Assessment Team
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Learning Disability Service
  • Children’s Community Nursing/Diana Nurses and Psychologists
  • Early Support - Supporting Change in Partnership (SCIP)
  • Early Support - Team Around the Child (TAC)
  • Early Years Inclusion Service
  • Family Group Conferencing
  • Health Visiting (over 2 years)
  • Paediatric Epilepsy Nurse Specialists
  • Parenting Support
  • Portage
  • School Nursing
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Supporting Change in Partnership (SCIP)
  • Targeted Youth Support
  • Video Interactive Guidance

Please access the following directly:

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) and Autistic Spectrum Disorder Assessment Team (ASDAT) call the Care Management Centre: 01872 221400

Speech and Language Therapy (SALT). 01208 834488

Cornwall Council EHH

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