Early help conference explores pandemic impact on children's services

Derren Hayes
Thursday, September 24, 2020

Some of England’s leading experts on early help will be assessing the impact that the Covid-19 pandemic will have on children’s services at the 7th annual Children & Young People Now Early Help conference, which is taking place online.

Experts will assess how early help can support families affected by Covid-19. Image: Shutterstock
Experts will assess how early help can support families affected by Covid-19. Image: Shutterstock

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