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2nd Floor Offices The Lyric BuildingsKing Street CarmarthenSA31 1BD
Families where a child has a brain condition face challenges every day. Just to learn, play, make friends, enjoy and experience the world can feel difficult, even impossible. But we don’t believe there is any challenge that can’t be over come. Our Vision is that every family that includes a child with a brain condition will have the chance to discover a better life together. Our Mission is to listen to families that include children with brain conditions. We use what they tell us to inspire the best…
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.
Goldie LeighLodge HillAbbey WoodLondonSE2 0AY
The Children’s Physiotherapy Team provides care and supports children who have a condition that affects their movement, posture or physical skills development. The service provides specialist advice on activities and equipment that can help the child, including activity programmes for children and carers to follow. It works with schools to ensure that the school environment is suited to a child’s needs, by providing training and classroom recommendations. The team can also provide access to resources and specialist equipment, therapy programmes, advice…
Do you know where you can get good quality fruit and veg at a snip? Come along to find great value on a wide range of fresh and tasty seasonal produce for all the family. Where? Our community fruit and veg stalls take place weekly at a number of local venues around the borough, making it easier and cheaper to include more greens in your diet. Stalls run on Tuesday mornings and/or afternoons at the following locations: Children’s…
Southwood RoadThamesmeadSE28 8EZ
There's no need to go to the supermarket for your fruit & veg each week! Visit Waterways Children's Centre on a Tuesday, during term time, 8.30am - 5.00pm where they sell a variety of seasonal fruit & veg at really good prices, we'll even give you a free carrier bag! Healthy Eating is one of our priorities to encourage families to adopt a healthy lifestyle and introduce a good variety of foods for children to try. In the warmer months we'll also set up our mini café so you can sit outside, enjoy the warm weather to meet with your friends in…
Greenwich Get Active can help you get active and stay active by helping you find free and affordable activities near you. Whether you want to get active on your own, as a family or in a group, there's something for you, whatever your age and ability. Visit www.greenwichgetactive.com to find out more.
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)
Memorial HospitalShooters HillLondonSE18 3RZ
Health visitors work with families and carers who are either pregnant or who already have babies and young children under five years old. They can help with questions about how to look after yourself, how to look after your children and family and how to help your child develop. The health visitor works with family GPs to provide support and will complete a Family Health Needs Assessment. They offer postnatal support groups, assessments, health visitors and various packages of care, and make referrals to other services and groups. They also provide information and advice about topics…
Gunnery House9-11 Gunnery TerraceLondonSE18 6SW
Healthwatch gives people a powerful voice both locally and nationally. At a local level, Healthwatch Greenwich works to help people get the best out of their health and social care services, whether it's improving them today or helping to shape them for tomorrow. Healthwatch Greenwich is all about local voices being able to influence the delivery and design of their services, not just for the people who use them, but anyone who might need to use them in future.