Here you can find information on how to access local health services.
To find out about local support for children and families, including impartial information and advice on facilities for children and young people aged up to 19 on the Westminster Family Information Service (FIS). Information is up to 25 years for those with additional needs.
This local borough website provides information on topics including:
- Support for parents and carers
- Your SEND local offer
- Fostering and adopting
- Keeping children safe
- School admissions
Learn about local specialist services in your area at the CLCH and Westminster websites
Our Occupational Therapy service for children and young people works in partnership with you, supporting children and young people to participate in what they need and want to do.
The Bi-Bborough Short Breaks Team provides occupational therapy support to children and young people with disabilities in their home environment.
Our children’s Dietetics service specialises in children’s nutrition providing support for children with food allergy and intolerance, complex obesity, dysphagia, enteral feeding, gastroenterology, faltering growth and malnutrition, restricted diets, special needs, and vitamin and mineral deficiencies.
Our children's Speech and Language Therapy teams assess, diagnose, and provide therapy for children and young people with speech, language, communication and/or swallowing problems to help them communicate to the best of their ability.
We work in partnership with parents, nurseries, children’s centres and school staff to embed communication goals in a child’s everyday environment.
The children’s Physiotherapy teams sees children in local schools, their homes and nurseries. They specialise in the assessment and treatment of babies, children and young people.
Chelsea and Westminster Physiotherapy service information can be found here.
It is important that we all work together to keep children and young people safe from harm.
If you believe a child is at risk of immediate harm please call the Police on 999.