The adult learning disability team is based within Bolton Council’s Active Case Management teams and works alongside social care colleagues. Together we aim to provide a service to adults with a learning disability across a wide range of Health and social care needs.
Farnworth Town Hall, Market Street, BL4 7PD
Our specialised service supports children aged 0 to 19 (if in full-time education) with hearing and balance difficulties and works closely with a number of other services. We provide hearing aid assessments, management of hearing loss and hearing aids, and instigate medical investigations to determine possible causes of hearing loss and balance problems.
Children’s Hearing Assessment Centre, Aylesford Walk, BL1 3SQ
We offer support to people with a visual impairment and their families and carers. We aim to reduce isolation by offering a Befriending Service, various social groups, trips and a sign posting service. If you are visually impaired or know someone that is, we can offer assistance in some way with our friendly staff and volunteers.
The Sensory Centre, BL1 4AL
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service CAMHS stands for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services. We are a service offering help for children and young people, usually between the ages of five and 18 who live in Bolton.
Royal Bolton Hospital, BL4 0JR
Community paediatricians are specialist children’s doctors who see children mostly in community based settings, out of hospital. We aim to provide high quality, appropriate assessment, treatment and care for children and young people and their families in Bolton.
Community Paediatrics, BL1 3SQ
***FREE Family Sign Language ***courses forfamilies with D/deaf children under the age of 7.Deafserv Ltdcan refer families to Bolton Council who will assist in an application for funding, once the funding is received we can run the course in the service users own home. All family members are welcome (as are friends) as long as thoselearning Sign Language will be ofbenefit to the D/deaf child.Deafserv have Public Liability Insurance, Professional Indemnity and are fully DBS checked. Documentscan
c/o Ear 4 Kidz, BL2 1DD
Health Visitors are specially trained nurses and midwives who train for an extra year to become experts in public and community health. Health visitors are key public health professionals, their role is about prevention, helping children and families to stay healthy and avoid illness. Health visitors aim to support families with children 0 - 5 years old to lead ashealthy life as possible both physically and mentally. Health visitors offer a core Healthy child programme which includes
The Pikes Lane Centre, BL3 5HP
Sensory RoomPurpose built spacious sensory and relaxation room. Features include: 6ft illuminated bubble tube with mirrored surround, multi themed projector, rotating mirror ball, tactile fibre optic strands, pulsating rope light and commissioned space themed UV art work. The room also offers a wall mounted CD player, overhead tracking, wall and floor padding and there is also a range of bean bags and chairs in situ.William’s RoomA sensory and relaxation room featuring an overhead multi
Jubilee Swimming Pool, BL1 3DX
We help deaf/hard of hearing/deaf-blind people make progress with: Completingbenefit forms Benefit Medicals Bill and debt problems Direct debit set up Applying forbus passes Applying for Blue Badges Council Tax / Housing Benefit Making complaints Job Problems Finding asolicitor Legal aid where possible Other Problems
bolton Deaf Society, BL1 2AX
The children’s dietetic service is a small friendly team who offer high quality individual and group interventions. We support children and young people who have nutritional problems such as food allergy, nutritional deficiencies, concerns with weight management, and who want to be fitter, healthier and happier. We do this through a variety of programmes to ultimately reduce their future risk of diet-related ill health.
Paediatric Nutrition and Dietetic Service, BL2 6NT
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