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Therapy services

The therapy teams support each child’s individual needs using a multi-disciplinary approach. This means that the young person receives a wide range of therapies, all tailored to their needs.

Therapy services include psychology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy and play therapy.

The team also co-ordinates clinics run by visiting dietetics, orthotics, audiology, hearing and visual support specialists.

Therapists assess, support and advise on independence skills, sensory processing difficulties, gross and fine motor skills, specialist equipment, mobility, safety, communication and swallowing difficulties.

Occupational therapists aim to assist young people to develop skills in education and in everyday life. They identify the young person’s...

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Physiotherapists are responsible for the overall physiotherapy management of individual young people. By improving the quality of movement and physical...

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Play specialists work with children to help them explore their feelings. It provides the foundations for learning and a means of...

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The psychology service we offer is unique due to our multi-disciplinary approach. Young people work with a range of psychologists, including...

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Quote Icon They put my child at ease which helped with her experience being there. Everyone was helpful and friendly. We came away with positive results.

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Registered Charity number 311877 (England and Wales)

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