Advice and information
We support any child or young person up to the age of 25 who has been bereaved of someone special, we also support parents/carers who are bereaved of a baby or child at any age. We offer face-to-face support for individuals, couples or families. We also offer a group for younger children (4-11) and their families and a group for young people aged between 12 & 25 where they can meet other young people who have also been bereaved.
The Child Death Helpline is a unique freephone listening service provided by bereaved parents for anyone affected by the death of a child of any age and in any circumstances. The Helpline is committed to offering a caring, confidential, non-judgemental, safe service based on the highest professional standards. However recently or long ago the death, whenever the caller needs someone to listen, the Child Death Helpline is there, every day of the year.
Community Paediatricians provide out-patient Paediatric Services in community settings for children aged 0-16 years, working closely with Multi-agency Support Teams, Children’s Social Care, Schools & Nurseries, Local Education Authority, providers of Primary Care, Hospital Paediatric Services, CAMHS and Neuro-disability Services. For further information families can…
Hearing Services provides hearing and balance assessments and hearing aid fitting and rehabilitation for children aged 0-16 years. Assessments for Tinnitus and listening difficulties with rehabilitation can also be arranged. Ensuring the service is Covid-19 safe means that the service has made significant changes in 2020 to ensure urgent patients and hearing aid wearers are prioritised.