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22 Dec

One to One – Early help achievement

Sometimes, families can require support from one or more agencies to ensure that they live their lives to their full potential. Sometimes, this need only comes to light at such times in their lives as the journey to become parents or to expand their family begins.

Without early help and intervention, families can at times become overwhelmed and require a more formal assessment or support, which can often lead to referrals being made to social care.

Early help services, can offer support and guidance to help families get back on track, and stay on track with ongoing support, ensuring that all the family needs are met, without further intervention.

Midwives working with families are in an opportune position to identify and react to early help needs and work with the families they care for to become the best they can be. They can use tools such as the Common Assessment Framework (CAF) to help them work with families to ensure the right services and support is available to them.

One to One Midwives have always been committed to support the effective delivery of Early Help and universal services and have embraced the opportunity of being involved in the common assessment Framework (CAF) in its various formats e.g. Team Around the Family (TAF).

One to One Midwives are proud to announce that Moira Ferguson, a member of the safeguarding team has completed an intense training programme and has recently graduated as a CAF champion. Her role will involve offering support to the midwives from One to One and be available for partner agencies, to assume the role of Lead Professional, when identified as the most relevant agency. This role will also support the midwives when they are involved in an open CAF/TAF, thus ensuring that the families that are under the care of One to One Midwives have the support and guidance, to be the best that they can be.

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