Early Access Teams
Our Early Access Teams provide immediate access to social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) specialists who stop the escalation of preventable difficulties. Our Early Access Teams are categorised around the four main areas of need as stated in the SEND Code of Practice (2015), we have the:
- Early Access Social, Emotional and Mental Health Team
- Early Access Social, Communication and Development Team
- Early Access Physical and Sensory Team
- Early Access Cognition and Learning Team
Read more about our Early Access Teams.
School Counselling Team
Our School Counselling Team achieves a comprehensive and joined-up support network for children and young people within education settings. Early needs identification leads to positive outcomes and swift referrals, where necessary. Read more about our School Counselling Team.
Looked After Team
Our Looked After Team promote the emotional, mental and physical health of children and young people with looked after status to maximise their potential. Using our Looked After Team can benefit looked after children and young people's educational needs to improve outcomes and close the gaps between their peers who do not have looked after status. Read more about our Looked After Team.
Our Adoption team works with the child, young person, school and family to maximise the life chances of children and young people who have been adopted through therapeutic support. Access to therapeutic support, improves SEMH needs and behavioural challenges to promote positive relationships. Read more about our Adoption Team.
Social Work in Schools Team
Our Social Work in Schools Team promotes social development and independence through working with children and young people. Our Social Work in Schools Team reduces risk within education and home settings to improve the educational and mental health outcomes of children and young people. Read more about our Social Work in Schools Team.
School, Parent and Family Team
Our School, Parent and Family Team bring home and education settings together to maximise a child or young person's potential and raise their aspirations. Read more about our School, Parent and Family Team.
Critical Incident Team
EHP's Critical Incident Team supports the emotional wellbeing of all children, young people, staff and families, through providing early access to our specialist team of mental health professionals following a critical incident. Our high quality, professional support facilitates a return to daily life. Read more about our Critical Incident Team.
Our Post-16 Team prepares young people for their transition into adulthood through identifying and addressing learning and emotional needs. Immediate access to our Post-16 Team enables early intervention to support young people in progressing and reaching positive destinations in life. Read more about our Post-16 Team.