There are a number of exhibition spaces available at the Early Help conference. Exhibitors at the conference form an integral part of the event.
To discuss how your organisation can be involved, contact:
George Hogg | 020 7501 6699 | email@example.com
Here at Amity, we specialise in ‘family relationship’ focussed resources for professionals. Our evidence-based training, digital resources and programmes cover a range of subjects including everyday parenting challenges, child-to-parent abuse, parental conflict, separated parenting problems and domestic abuse. Families and practitioners love our resources because they are created with real people in mind and the everyday challenges they face. We also create bespoke self-help resources for your organisation. Get in touch to find out what we can do for your workforce. www.weareamity.co.uk
Bridges Outcomes Partnerships
Bridges Outcomes Partnerships bring together experts in policy, programme delivery, data analysis and impact measurement. We work collaboratively with our Government and charity partners to design and deliver services, commissioned based on the impact and outcomes achieved – to support more communities and to achieve better value for public money.
The Greater Manchester Better Outcomes Partnership Pathfinder project works with young people who are aged 18-25 in Greater Manchester. It offers holistic support to those at risk of homelessness to stabilise their accommodation by improving financial stability, engagement in meaningful activities and improving support networks for young people.
Stronger Families Norfolk and Stronger Families Suffolk are partnerships with Family Psychology Mutual, Bridges Outcomes Partnerships and Norfolk County Council and Suffolk County Council respectively. We support families to stay together by delivering a therapeutic service (Functional Family Therapy) to children/young people and their carers/parents. The Local Authority pays upon successful outcomes met of supporting families to stay together and young people remaining out of care.
Family Links the Centre for Emotional Health
We provide high-quality training courses and resources for professionals working with families that build emotional health capabilities. Underpinned by the Nurturing Programme, our approach is relational and empowering and highlights the link between behaviour and feelings in the context of relationships. Our programmes develop self-awareness, empathy and self-regulation, supporting people to build and maintain positive relationships. Since 1997, we have reached over 1.3 million parents and children by training over 38,000 professionals who work with families. Our programmes are already successfully embedded in many local authorities and their Family Hubs and are also being delivered by practitioners in schools, the voluntary sector, health, prisons and faith organisations.
The Complete Education Solution
The Complete Education Solution is an award-winning Social Enterprise providing Therapeutic Education to neurodiverse pupils at our five schools and services in London, and nationally, via TCES National Online School. Through our never give up approach we support marginalised children to build a strengths-based perception of what they can achieve. Website: www.tces.org.uk
The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program® is one of the world’s most effective and well-known positive
parenting systems. It offers practical, evidence-based strategies that provide significant outcomes across many
objectives, from common parenting issues to mental health support and improving family relationships. The
interventions are available in various formats including one-to-one, groups or online and can be used in clinical
and non-clinical settings. For example, providers may work in early help, public health, CAMHS, family support,
primary care, mental health, social care, education, early years or youth justice. The strategies can be adapted
to suit individual values, beliefs and needs.
Ygam is an award-winning charity with a mission to prevent children and young people from experiencing gaming and gambling harms through awareness raising, education and research. Through a portfolio of evidence-based programmes, we develop and deliver training and resources for a range of groups who support children and young people, including social workers, teachers, youth workers, parents and professionals working with looked after children. Our portfolio of education programmes are all independently evaluated and offered free of charge to people living and working in the UK. Details of all our programmes and how to register can be found on our website: www.ygam.org