The Early Support Team is set up to improve the delivery of services for families of children with disabilities or complex health needs aged 0-7 years and not in full-time education in their own homes or local communities. The team aims to help deliver coordinated services for parents and carers, achieved by a designated Key Worker working with the family.
You might know right away that your baby is going to need some extra help. But if you’re worried about anything developmental at all, chat to our health visitor or your GP right away. Your little one may then be referred to specialists like a physiotherapist or educational psychologist. It’s important to get extra help as soon as you can. Richmond House will arrange with you a home-visiting for your child with additional support needs. We can help you develop communication, play, inclusion, help you to understand your child's condition also to help you keep records and develop a plan of what’s important to your child and your family.
We are totally committed to helping you and your child by providing you with a high-quality service. Richmond House helps children to learn, grow and prosper through a host of multi-activity programmes, special events and theme days. We ensure that our programmes engage and excited, our staff inspire and guide, our standards remain high.