NiCE believe that every person who has a movement disorder like cerebral palsy should have the opportunity to have an education and take part in every day activities. They help with a unique range of expertise.
Anxiety UK is a member of the Association of Mental Health Providers and they provide support to people with any kind of anxiety disorder or phobia living in the UK.
They work with a variety of ages and provide support in a variety of ways, specialist helpline support, group sessions and online communities.
BABPC is a interest (forum) group for professionals involved in this area.
To promote and encouraging understanding from all who work in this field of Psychotherapies in the UK and Ireland.
Is exactly what it says, it’s a forum based site where questions about mental health, eating disorders, phobias, psychology are asked and answered.
Experts in their field answer some of those “uncommon” questions about these illnesses.
A dedicated charity who work with people to help improve their mental health. They have a dedicated hub for young people to be able to voice their concerns in a safe space.
Youth Access are a members lead charity focussing on the mental health of young people in the UK.
They offer free, confidential sessions in a variety of locations as well as online support.
They are part of YIACS (Youth Information, advice and counselling services)
OT Practice Kids brings together a team of specialists who fully understand the needs of both children and parents. The team is managed by a leading paediatric occupational therapist providing expert oversight and office based support, available on the phone and email from the initial enquiry through to discharge. We aim to make children and those who support them, independent of us, not dependent upon our services. To achieve this we believe the best place to see a child is in their own environment. Therefore, OT Practice Kids therapists travel to see a child at home or school rather than operating a clinic setting.
From Rehabilitation to an Independent Life – A Hassle-Free Approach
Total Community Care recognises that leaving your rehabilitation unit can be a stressful and anxious time for you and your family. During this process, you will face lots of changes and challenges in many aspects of your life. Your choice of care provider, therefore, is a critically important task for you.
You Appoint Your Own Care Team Members
Total Community Care’s (TCC) approach is to give you control of your care by placing you at the centre of the process. With TCC’s full support and guidance they will assist you in recruiting your own care team. Once appointed, TCC will, in conjunction with your rehabilitation unit and other health and social care professionals, train your team to meet your specific care needs.
Your solution will be lifestyle-driven. It will take into account your home situation to ensure that your team is sufficiently flexible to meet your needs. Whether for hospital visits, trips to the shops or going on holiday, your team will accompany you and support you as you require.
TCC’s award-winning services have been inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the regulators of healthcare. TCC’s experienced and specialist nurses and managers will ensure that you receive the best care possible at all times.
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The Movement Centre is dedicated to supporting children with movement disabilities. They provide specialists treatments and support.
ILS provide guidance and tools to help rewire the way the brain deals with muscle memory, emotional readiness and impulse. It also helps with their development like fine motor skills.