We support you and your children (up to the age of 19) with occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy and specialist dietetic services to help you achieve the outcomes you want.
Our therapists take into account the specific needs of you and your child.
We ask you about the difficulties they’re having, and how they impact your daily lives. We then work with you to agree practical and realistic aims, and decide how we’ll work together to reach them.
Our therapy teams work together with your family, education staff and other professionals to set and reach goals that are important for your child.
As well as providing one-to-one or group therapy for your child, we can:
We help children and young people perform everyday activities, become as independent as possible, and interact with others and the world around them.
The children who use our service find things like dressing, feeding, handwriting, socialising and play difficult. This could be due to a problem with their fine motor skills, co-ordination skills, perception skills and/or sensory processing (the ability to make sense of the world around them). We also provide advice, and recommendations for equipment such as splints, sensory strategies, adapted cutlery, writing aids, specialist seating and switches.
Our specialists assess and treat children and young people who have difficulties that affect their movement and physical development.
We work with you and your child to achieve goals that are functional, meaningful and important for your child. Our specialists help to develop gross motor skills, and provide advice on postural needs, mobility (including walking) and specialist equipment such as seating, standing equipment, mobility aids and splints.
We work with children and young people who have difficulties with speech, language or communication difficulties and their families to develop the skills they need to learn, play, say what they want, need and think and socialise with others. In some cases, speech and language therapists also work with children experiencing eating and drinking difficulties.
We can support children and young people who find it difficult to produce the sounds needed for clear speech, understand what is being said to them, or express themselves using the right words and sentences.
We can also help with social communication skills and interacting with others, as well as specific conditions such as stammering or hearing impairment.
Our specialist dietitians offer advice on feeding and nutrition for children who might not be able to eat all the nutrients they need.
We support children who need to be fed through a tube, and families who need advice about supplementing the food their child takes in through their mouth (orally) to ensure they grow properly.
Working closely with the speech and language therapy team, we help children with complex needs move from tube to oral feeding safely, and decide on the best type of food based on their feeding skills.
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