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Children's Specialist Therapies - Coronavirus

Due to the current COVID 19 crisis, Children's Specialist Therapies, made up of Children's Community Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy is now closed to Routine New Referrals. Any referral received that has been triaged as non-urgent will be returned to the referrer to manage in the interim.  We will  update when we are able to accept routine referrals again.  

Update on our Speech and Language Therapy Services 

Update on our Occupational Therapy Services  

Update on our Physiotherapy Services

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The St George's Community Specialist Therapies team works with children in the community in the Borough of Wandsworth. This is a newly amalgamated team, which was previously known as Community Therapies and Complex Needs Therapy teams.

The service offers access to:

Services take place in clinics, Children’s Centres, mainstream schools and nurseries.  The Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Teams are based at Children’s Therapies,  Ground Floor Queen Mary's Hospital Roehampton Lane SW15 5PN Phone number: 0208 725 5748 and 0208 725 2750.  The Speech and Language Therapy Team are based at St John’s Therapy Centre, 162 St John’s Hill, SW11 1SW. Phone number 0208 812 4023.

Please see the services websites for more information.

Who to contact

Contact Name
020 8672 1255
Website
www.stgeorges.nhs.uk
Parent Organisation
St George's Healthcare NHS Trust

Where to go

Name
The Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Team
Address
Queen Mary's Hospital
Roehampton Lane
Roehampton
London
Postcode
SW15 5PN
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Availability

Referral Details

To use these services your child will usually need to be either:

  • Referred by their parent or carer "self referral" or
  • Referred by their doctor or other health practitioner, and/or
  • Referred by a professional using the Early Help Assessment

Local Offer

Description

What is Wandsworth’s Local Offer ?

To use these services your child will usually need to be either:

  • Referred by their parent or carer "self referral" or
  • Referred by their doctor or other health practitioner, and/or
  • Referred by a professional using the Early Help Assessment

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Last updated: 20 Apr 2020

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