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  • Healthwatch Liverpool

    Healthwatch is the public champion of health and care services, is independent from the services you use and helps ensure health and social care services really meet your needs.  The health and care system can be very complicated. People are often unaware of what services…
  • Community Physiotherapy

    What do we do? We predominantly see children who have difficulties with their physical abilities due to either an underlying neurological cause or associated with a global developmental delay. We specialise in treating children with neurological conditions (including Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay, Developmental Co-ordination Disorder,…
  • Audiology

    The Audiology Service at Alder Hey hospital is there to: Provide support when coming to terms with a hearing loss. Ensure patients feel confident and happy with their hearing aids. Offer help whenever there are problems relating to hearing loss. Be available to provide advice…
  • Life Rooms

    Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust has breathed new life into the former Walton Library by transforming it into a new centre for learning, recovery, health and wellbeing. As one of the UK’s leading mental health trusts, Mersey Care have extensively refurbished the interior and preserved the…
  • Diabetes

    What do we do? Alder hey hospital children’s diabetes team is made up of a variety of people who will work to help you learn all about coping with diabetes as part of your daily lives. Each team member has a specialist role, but many…
  • Dietetics

    What do we do? Dietitians are involved in supporting children with a wide variety of childhood conditions helping them achieve their potential for growth and development through nutrition support and dietary change. There are a wide variety of diseases and conditions that may require referral…
  • Continence Promotion Service

    What does it Do? The Paediatric (Children's) Continence Promotion Service is a community based service offering advice, assessment, treatment and management of bladder and bowel dysfunction (bedwetting, daytime wetting, constipation and soiling) to all children and young people from 0 – 16 years across the…
  • Early Communication Group at Everton Family Centre

    This is a six week course for parents to bring their children to.  Criteria to access the course: child has limited attention or listening skills child's play is self directed child's play is limited concerns about social commnunication skills child displays limited interaction with others…
  • Health Visiting

    What Does it Do? The Health Visiting Service provides a holistic approach to support parents in the promotion of health and well-being of all pre-school aged children across Liverpool. All children receive this service from birth and in some circumstances prior to birth. The service…
  • Sleep Advice at Hunts Cross & Belle Vale Childrens Centre

    Monday to Friday: 9.00am - 5.00pm Having problems with your child sleeping through the night? If so and your child is over 18 months, Please call Belle Vale/Hunts Cross Children Centre to speak to any staff member to make an appointment to meet with you…