Give your views on support for families

Kirklees Council has arranged extra online sessions so that even more people can have their say on the way children, young people and families are supported.

The council is seeking views on ‘Early Support’ in Kirklees, which helps families at the earliest opportunity so that their needs don’t become more serious further down the line.

Early Support covers a wide range of services, all the way from pre-birth through to 19 years (or up to 25 years for people with special educational needs and/or disabilities), along with support for parents.

All the views received will help to shape those services in the future so that people can access support in the ways and the places that they need it.

The survey runs until late February and now there are further online events so you can provide feedback in person. The events have been arranged on an area basis to allow for discussions about local issues, but they are all open to everyone.

It’s easy to sign up – just choose the session that suits you and book a spot by emailing: integratedearlysupport@kirklees.gov.uk

You can find the full information by visiting www.kirklees.gov.uk/familyhubsproposals

When are the sessions?Dewsbury and Mirfield – February 2, from 11am to noon

Kirklees Rural (Colne and Holme Valleys, Denby Dale and Kirkburton) – February 3, from 6pm to 7pm

NEW Huddersfield – February 10, from 11am to noon

NEW Batley and Spen – February 10, from 6pm to 7pm

NEW Kirklees Rural – February 12, from 10am to 11am

NEW Dewsbury and Mirfield – February 24, from 6pm to 7pm

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