Our SureStart Kiosks are designed to provide information access to advice and support agencies for young parents and other carers of children.
Sure Start aims to provide the best start in life for every child bringing together education, childcare, health and family support.
By utilising our Parent Information Point software and using our Sure Start kiosks we are able to offer a vast range of information to advise, inform and support young parents and other carers of children.
Our Parent Information Point Kiosks are already in use by many Family Information Services (FIS) in the England and Wales as well as providing help for teenagers and young adults also.
Desiged with bespoke acrylic facia the SureStart Kiosks can be fully customised to suit each location. The Sure Start Kiosks can be installed with stainless steel vandal resistant keyboard and telephone handsets
The Sure Start Kiosks can be used to provide information such as:
- Childcare support
- Healthy Lifestyles Advice
- Education and Training
- Jobs and Work
- Pre-School classes and primary schools info
To find out more information about our kiosks for Sure Start centres please call us today on 0845 451 2020 or download our Parent Information Point leaflet for FIS Kiosks.
The early years of a child’s life are very important for the child’s health, education, mental development and well being. However, some families find the early years a difficult time, and they need help with childcare, health issues, finance and family support related concerns. Sure Start was created to help babies, children under five and their families with health, educational and social development, so that the child got a ‘Sure Start’ in life before entering into full time education.
The information and help covered by Sure Start encompasses a few government departments - health, social services and early education. This is a vast amount of information that each Sure Start centre needs to make available to the families that it is trying to help. Touch screen information kiosks can offer a solution to enable Sure Start centres to make this information accessible and always up to date.
Kiosks also need to be DDA compatible, which means no only do they have to be accessible by wheelchair users but also have hearing loops for the hard of hearing and integrated text readers for users who are visually impaired. The ability to have high contrast modes can also be beneficial to those with sight difficulties.