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    Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)

    What is this service? Severe mental illness is rare in children and young people but mental health problems are common and have a significant effect on them as individuals, their potential and their families. The most effective approach to supporting children and families involves health,…

    Children Dysphagia Service

    We provide specialist assessments/interventions for children with a range of eating/drinking difficulties. Your child might be referred to us if: Your child is having eating/drinking difficulties and needs the   support of our specialist team.  It could be that they have difficulties with: progression of feeding and…

    Children’s Occupational Therapy Service

    Children’s Occupational Therapy Team offers a service to children with identified co-ordination and/or fine motor difficulties that are clearly impacting upon function at home or school and cannot be attributed to their level of learning. Also for children with a physical disability within mainstream school…

    Children’s Speech and Language Therapy Service

    Children’s Speech and Language Therapists in Walsall aim to maximise a child or young person’s communication skills and opportunities for social interaction and learning. We offer advice and support to children and young people up to the age of 19 who have a speech, language…

    Learning Disabilities Transition Nurse

    The Learning Disability Transition Nurse (Dawn) can: Attend school and placement reviews from the age of 14 years onwards. Complete health assessments and develop care plans with young people, their families and carers. Help young people and their carers complete health action plans. Discuss health…

    Looked After Children- Health Service

    The service covers all children and young people looked after by Walsall Council (living in/out of borough) 0-21years as need dictates. The team facilitates statutory health assessments within agreed timescales for looked after children utilising universal health services. They also complete health assessments for children…

    Paediatric Physiotherapy Service

    The Children’s Physiotherapy Service in Walsall are a team of qualified physiotherapists who are state registered (members of HCPC) as well as specially trained technical instructors with knowledge and experience in child development, anatomy and implementation AND progression of physiotherapy programmes. We work in partnership…

    School Nursing Service

    The School Nursing Service are a team of health professionals lead by a school nurse and supported by community staff nurses, nursery nurses, clinical support workers and administrative staff. School Nurses are qualified nurses with specialist training in public health for children, young people and families.…

    Short Breaks Service for Disabled Children

    A short break is a good quality, fun, positive activity that your disabled child or young person can either attend with you or independently. A short break can last from a few hours or overnight, depending on your child’s level of need. It can take…

    Walsall Child Development Centre

    Walsall Child Development Service is a multi-agency team of professionals from health, education and social care. The aim of the service is to assess, provide appropriate and timely support and monitor the progress of all children aged 0-19 years, living within the Walsall borough with…
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