Access is one of the key principles underpinning family hubs. The success of family hubs in improving outcomes for families and children hinges on their ability to reach those that could benefit from support but may not currently be receiving it. The second National Centre for Family Hubs conference will explore evidence from research, the experiences of families and young people, and best practice from local areas and what we can learn about developing accessible and inclusive family hubs. This will be considered in the context of the disproportionate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on certain groups, particularly those experiencing social and economic disadvantage and exclusion.
This event is suitable for those leading the development of family hubs, or interested in developing family hubs, from across local authority, health, education, early years and VCS.