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
We provide an occupational therapy service to children from birth to18 years of age. This includes assessment, advice, therapeutic programmes and specialist equipment.We work together with children, parents, carersand other professionals in order to facilitate the child or young person to reach their developmental potential and functional independence. Intervention is provided in a variety of settings including clinics, home/respite careand within education settings.
Halliwell Health Centre, Aylesford Walk, BL1 3SQ
The Speech and Language Therapy Service willassess, diagnose and develop an individualised programme of care to maximise the communication potential of the children and young people referred to them and under their care. The work involves direct contact with children and young people with communication difficulties as well as their carers and other key people in their lives. Therapists also support children and young people with swallowing, eating and drinking difficulties.
Paediatric Speech and Language Therapy Service, BL2 6NT
We provide physiotherapy to all young people who have a Bolton GP. This service is for both musculo-skeletal and neuro-developmental issues.
Paediatric Physiotherapy, BL1 3SQ
Rainbow Trust provides emotional and practical support to families whose son or daughter is affected by a life threatening or terminal illness.Family support is available to all families whose son or daughter is affected by a life threatening illness.This includes parents, carers, the unwell child, brothers, sisters, grandparents and help with extended family members to support each other.Age range:0 – 18:Any family can receive support from the point of their child / young person’s
Chambers Business Centre, OL8 4QQ
0161 628 2194
St Vincent’s School is a non maintained, outcomes focused, special school offering both day and residential provision for pupils from 4-19 years of age with sensory impairment and other needs, on a weekly term time basis. We provide a safe environment in which high standards of education and care are provided.Pupils enjoy full access to the National Curriculum and an extended, enriched curriculum, ensuring specific needs are met.Pupils are taught in small class groups by Qualified
St Vincent’s School A Specialist School for Sensor, L12 9HN
0151 228 9968
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