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The Family Information Service

The Family Information Service (FIS) is the first point of contact for local information and advice for parents and families.

They provide information and support about services including childcare (and costs), health, things to do, additional needs, education, parenting and more.

They can link you with groups in your area and expert advice and support services where needed.

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Flying Start

Flying Start provides a range of services to families to help their children get the best start in life.

If you live in a Flying Start area with a child under 4 years of age you are entitled to parenting support.

You can access free part-time childcare for 2-3 year olds, parenting support, enhanced Health Visiting service and support for your child’s speech, language and communication.

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Communities First

The Communities First programme supports people who want to improve their local area.

They operate in 52 areas in Wales, working with organisations and the local community to arrange and deliver a range projects and activities.

The programme is helping communities to be healthier, develop skills and become better informed.

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Families First

The Families First programme helps families, particularly those with low incomes, who need extra support.

Bringing together organisations based on your circumstances they can help you to live in a safe and healthy home.

They can help your family into work, through difficult circumstances, or if you are living in or at risk of poverty.

There is a Families First delivery team in every local authority.

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Other Services Available

  • Education Begins At Home – Provides information on how you can support your child at home and help their performance in school.
  • Estyn – Find all education and training providers inspected by Estyn from nursery settings to schools, colleges and teacher training.
  • Careers Wales – Free careers information and advice for young people, adults, parents, employers and professionals in Wales.
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