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'Early support' is the key focus of the new 2012-15 Hampshire's Children and Young People's Plan. With priority on preventative work and helping families to access support as early as possible, with organisations working together to ensure services have maximum impact.
The Plan has been informed by consultation feedback from those working with and for children and young people, parents and carers and, young people themselves.
Councilor Roy Perry, Hampshire County Council's Executive Lead Member for Children's Services approved the Plan, an overarching strategy for the Hampshire Children's Trust, which represents all those working with, and for, children and young people. It reflects a shared commitment to improving the lives of all children and young people in Hampshire - enabling every child to be talented and successful, making Hampshire an even better place in which to enjoy childhood.
The plan builds on a number of achievements:
Councilor Perry said: "Ofsted has rated our partnership working as outstanding and all organisations involved in the Trust can be proud of the achievements to date.”
There are five main priorities to the plan:
Lavinia Newman, Founder of ABDS says:
” Underpinning all five priorities is a commitment to removing barriers to access, participation and achievement and not tolerating discrimination and abuse.”
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