Day 3 will begin with a keynote from Stephanie Douglas, Head of Service Early Years, Doncaster Borough Council, where she will share how Doncaster has reacted to the pandemic through innovation and flexibility to ensure they are ahead of the curve.
This session will look at the changes Doncaster has made to it's early help approach. Local Solutions Groups were implemented in the wake of Covid-19 as a local authority-led, whole area approach to dealing with community needs at the earliest opportunity. These multi-agency groups have now replaced the existing eary help model and are now embedded as the future of Doncaster's locality model.
1.00pm | INNOVATION - Innovating in response to the crisis - Stephanie Douglas
1.35pm | Virtual exhibition and networking break
1.55pm | MENTAL HEALTH - The impact of Coronavirus on children and young people's mental health and wellbeing - Young Minds
2.30pm | PARENTING - Supporting families during Covid-19 through remote and online delivery - Matt Buttery
Head of Early Intervention and Localities, Doncaster Borough Council
Stephanie Douglas, Head of Early Intervention and Localities in the Learning and Opportunities Directorate of Doncaster Borough Council has over 35 years’ experience working in the education and skills sector and 20 years working as a local...
Early Help Pathway Manager in the Learning and Opportunities Directorate of Doncaster Borough Council
Dawn Lawrence, Early Help Pathway Manager in the Learning and Opportunities Directorate of Doncaster Borough Council, has over 35 years’ experience working in the children, young people and families sector and held a senior officer position for 13...