Early Support delivers services and activities for parents, carers, pregnant women and young people aged 0-19 (or 25 with Special Educational Needs/disability).
It is a non-statutory service area that supports children, young people and families to improve their outcomes and reach their goals and aspirations. It does this through positive engagements, sustaining their power, finding out more about the power they have, exploring with them their needs and helping them to identify the things that they would want to change in order to be the person and/ parent they want to be.
Accessing Early Support
You can access Early Support by attending any Early Support hubs or via Harrow's MASH. You can also request the school to make a referral on your behalf.
School Counselling drop-in service for Parent’s and Carers
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The Parent drop-in usually runs from 9.00am – 10.00 am but can be flexible where possible as to accommodate very busy lives. We can offer a one-off session or more regular sessions depending on what is best for you.
In order to request an appointment, you can contact our counselling service manager directly by either email or phone.
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Parents and Carers in Harrow and its neighbouring boroughs benefit from a range of services and support from the H.O.P.E (Harrow) Parent Facilitators and Parent Mentors. Please visit our Hope Harrow page or there website for more information: www.hopeharrow.org.uk/index.html