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Named health visitors for early years settings

Health visitors are the case co-ordinators for all families with children under 5 and can work holistically with parents and children. It is important that services work together to support children’s developmental progress and make sure every child gets the best start in life. All school…

Support with food

Top of page 2021 has got off to a difficult start, if you're particulary struggling with food there is help available.  Find out more below about who you can contact and how they can help. Food banks Food hampers Supermarket provisions Futher information on support with…

Coronavirus (Covid-19) helpful resources

See also covid-19 SEND specific resources UK Government Advice and Information Coronavirus (Covid-19) What you need to do 12 April 2021 video update - Meeting Outside   Guidance on shielding and protecting people who are clinically extremely vulnerable from COVID-19  - This guidance is for everyone who has…

Local needle exchanges

Sharing needles can increase your chances of contracting a blood-borne virus (BBV) such as HIV or hepatitis. To reduce the risk of spreading these or other illnesses, some local pharmacies operate a needle exchange system. This is where needle/syringe users can swap used needles for…

Early Help

Early Help in Trafford aims to make sure that services to support children, young people and their families are there when they need them. Early Help support is for the whole family; children, young people and adults. We recognise you know your family best and…

Virtual Mental Wealth Hub

 Jump to the Toolkit What is the Virtual Mental Wealth Hub? It is intended that the Hub will evolve to reflect changing needs in Trafford and is timely during the current Covid 19 pandemic. The hub is a collaboration between stakeholders in Trafford to provide…

Mental Health and Wellbeing

  If you, or your young person, are aged under 18 (or 25 for those with a Learning Disability) there are lots of organisations that offer mental health help, both locally and nationally. You might need different types of support at different times in your…