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Our Nurses support families, our researchers work to improve children’s health, our dedicated team campaign for a fairer deal and our volunteers and supporters know that 100% of every penny they donate or fundraise will be used for equipment to change a child’s life. Childhood cancers, birth defects, accidents, diseases and infections can all cause our precious babies, children, and young people to face lifelong challenges. It happens to dozens of children and their families every day. Newlife exists because if it was your child, you would want the best…
Headscape is a website that has been developed by Oxleas for young people who live in Greenwich. Headscape provides quizzes that help you find useful information and resources about mental health. If things seem really tough we will recommend that you get in touch so that we might be able to help. If you do get in touch, your information will be shared with mental health professionals for care and treatment.
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.
Bungalow 3Wensley CloseElthamLondonSE9 5AB
The Children’s Community Nursing Service assesses and manages the needs of children and young people with an illness. The team of nurses have direct involvement with the child and help parents and carers provide, treat and monitor their progress. The service works with the family and other professionals involved in supporting the family, providing health care plans, specialist training, assessments, referrals and help with education. The service also offers information and via the service telephone number.
Memorial HospitalShooters HillLondonSE18 3RG
The Wheelchair Users Service provides a comprehensive service for people of all ages with long-term mobility problems and associated postural needs. The Wheelchair Service provides clinically based assessment and prescription of manual and power wheelchairs, special seating and cushions, modifications and accessories to best meet patient needs. Wheelchairs are supplied on loan and are maintained free of charge. An independent contractor, NRS Mobility Care Ltd, is responsible for the delivery and collection and repairs of the wheelchairs.
1 Wensley CloseElthamLondonSE9 5AB
The Community Paediatrics(Children's doctor) team promotes the health and welfare of children and young people (0-16 years) living in Greenwich, in partnership with children, families, and other healthcare professionals. The service provides support for parents with concerns about their child’s development, communication, children having difficulties at school, emotional/behaviour issues, and/or disability and children with continence problems. Staff will provide information about the relevant specialist services that…
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,…
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…
Greenwich CCG has commissioned a new Paediatric Continence service starting from1st July 2017 This new service will be available all year round for:-Children and Young People who live in Greenwich aged 4 to 18 years with bladder and/or bowel incontinence -Children aged 3 year olds (where there is a clinical need)