We’re excited to be working in partnership with the Early Intervention Foundation, for the second year in a row, to present their second national conference. The conference will be based around the theme ‘Recognising Risks, Supporting Brighter Futures’ and will be an unmissable opportunity for local authority teams, police, health workers, education leaders and those from the voluntary and community sector to discuss and share ideas and best practice around early intervention.
As early intervention initiatives continue to be a main focus for local authorities, it’s more and more important for teams to have access to the information they need to get the right support in place for the most vulnerable as early as possible.
Current technology allows at risk children to be identified as early as possible with engaging dashboards and intuitive reports. Allowing relevant data on children and families to flow easily between teams is key to gaining a complete picture of each child or young person, and key, in turn to the success of early intervention.
The day will include various speakers, including our very own Mark Raeburn and EIF Chief Executive Carey Oppenheim, interspersed with breakout sessions and time to view the exhibition. Sessions will look at themes such as multi-agency working in order to spot risks early and the interplay between epigenetics and early intervention.
We are looking forward to spending the 12 April sharing ideas, soaking up information and gaining insight into what the future for early intervention looks like. And with an exclusive 25% discount for Capita One customers, we hope to see you there too!