Health

These services are provided by a variety of providers including Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, which provides community based care, North West Boroughs NHS Foundation Trust or St Helens & Knowsley NHS Trust, which provides acute care. and local providers like the Council and voluntary sector organisations.

Children’s Health Services Information (A-Z)

A
ABL Weight Management Services
ADDvanced Solutions Community Network
Alder Hey Accident and Emergency Department

C
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)
Children’s Audiology
Children’s Community Nursing Team - Complex Needs
Children’s Continence Service
Children's Eating Disorder Service
Children's Health & Fitness - Age 6-15
Community Dental Service
Community Paediatrics and Looked After Children Service
Counselling Service - Barnardos

D
Dermatology, GP with a Special Interest (GPwSI)

E
Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) Service

H
Health Improvement – Children and Families
Health Visiting Service
Hospice Care for Children
Hospital Services

I
Integrated Community Equipment Service
Integrated Community Nursing teams (includes District Nursing, Community Matrons, Treatment rooms and OOH District Nursing)

L
Learning Disability Community Team (Willis House)
Live Life Well - 16-19 Year Olds
Local GPs
Local Dentists
Looked after Children Health Service

N
Neurodevelopmental Pathway Team

O
Occupational Therapy - Paediatric Therapies
Opticians Orthoptics and Ophthalmology

P
Community Paediatrics
Pharmacies

Physiotherapy

S
School Nursing Service
Speech and Language Therapy
Sunflower Sensory Training
Support – Stop Smoking Service

T
Teenage Action Zone

W
Wheelchair Service
Whiston Hospital Accident and Emergency Department

Y
Young People’s Drug and Alcohol Services

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The purpose of the Local Offer is to enable parents and young people to see more clearly what services are available for children with special educational needs and disabilities in their area, and how to access them.

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