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Supporting families in Heywood, Rochdale, Middleton & Pennines

First Response Support
for Families with Low Level Mental Health Difficulties


Any family referred to Home-Start for support to help improve their emotional wellbeing will be visited by one of our Coordinators within one week, subject to being able to book an appointment.

We have a dedicated Family Support Worker and experienced volunteers who can provide help with anxiety, depression, isolation, phobias, relationship difficulties and attending appointments.

Friendship, emotional and practical help will be provided initially for 6 weeks and then reviewed to assess any additional support which may be required.

Parents who want to continue with additional support, may then want to access help from one of our parent volunteers.

Autism Support
for Families with Children aged 0-12 years


Any family referred to Home-Start with a child aged 0-12 years affected by Autism, can access support from our experienced Autism Coordinator and parent volunteers.

Home visiting support is offered to families where their child is awaiting diagnosis, or have already been diagnosed to be on the Autistic Spectrum.

Sam’s Sib’s Support Group

Sam’s Sib’s is a block of group support session’s for siblings aged 6-15 years old, who need to understand their Brother or Sister’s Autism
.
Where funding allows, sessions are delivered during term time.

P lease contact us to find out when our next sessions will be held and to access a referral form.

Please ring 01706 629651
for more details about our new projects.


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