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Memorial HospitalShooters HillLondonSE18 3RZ
Providing specialist evidence-based, outcomes-focused mental health service for children and young people aged 0-18 and their families in Greenwich; with the aim of improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health outcomes for young people via advice, support, consultation, evidence based interventions and integrated care pathways within and across services in Greenwich.
PO Box 28843LondonSW13 0WY
The CICS Group - cicsgroup.org - was set up to help families whose children are so deaf that they do not derive sufficient benefit from conventional hearing aids. The vast majority of these children will be suitable for a cochlear implant, a surgically implanted device that, with the right support, and assuming they have no other significant disabilities, will enable them to learn to listen and to develop intelligible speech. Established in 1993 and registered as a charity in May 2003, CICS is an entirely voluntary group run by parents who recognise that there is no…
Goldie LeighLodge HillAbbey WoodLondonSE2 0AY
The Children’s Occupational Therapy Service provides specialist care to help children and young people who have difficulties or disabilities. Occupational Therapists can help children and young people carry out the daily activities they find difficult. Services include therapy programmes, physical health care and mental healthcare. It can provide support for children in transition, help families find community support groups that suit them, and offer assistance to any child who needs it. The service also offers lots of help in school, providing specialist…
3 Wensley CloseElthamSE9 5AB
Music therapy is based on the understanding that all human beings are able to respond to music, irrespective of musical ability. It involves the use of sound, rhythm and improvised music in order to form a musical relationship between the child or young person and the therapist. Music therapy sessions can offer people a different experience of shared play, interaction, learning and understanding, through verbal and non-verbal modes of communication. In practical terms, this may involve music making with instruments, song, music technology, sound, talking, listening,…
Place 2 Be is a school-based service providing therapeutic, mental health support to improve the emotional well-being of children, their families and the whole school community. Place2Be is currently based in Foxfield, Gallions Mount, St Patricks RC and St Thomas a Beckett primary schools in Royal Greenwich borough. The service provides one-to-one and/or group counselling sessions for children and 'Place for Parents' counselling for parents.
If you are aged between 10 – 18 (before 19th Birthday) or age 18-21 if a care leaver, 18-25 if you have a disability or Special Educational Needs or are a Looked After Child. Lives in the Borough of Greenwich or Royal Borough of Greenwich Looked After Child in a neighbouring borough and need some advice about drugs or alcohol you can talk to us – Young People’s Substance Misuse Services – We can work directly with you on a one to one basis. Our Service is free and confidential.
Highpoint HouseShooters HillLondonSE18 3RZ
The Universal Children’s service provides school nursing for children and young people supporting schools to promote the health and well-being of their children, and training for school staff about health matters. School nurses offer confidential drop-in sessions and can create individual care packages for children with additional needs. The service provides information and advice, with a wide range of public health materials such as leaflets, posters and DVDs. Services can include teaching children and young people about a range of issues and referring them to…
Shooters HillLondonSE18 3RG
The Children’s Speech and Language Therapy Service supports children and young people with communication difficulties and also those who have eating and/or drinking difficulties. The service provides specialist support, depending on the individual needs of the child, with access to a range of clinics, therapy packages, assessments and information services. It also supports families in many ways, including group sessions in children’s centres, parent training sessions, advice sessions, coffee mornings and parent drop-ins.