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Community paediatric service

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If your child has special or complex health needs, community paediatricians are specialists in assessment and support.

What paediatricians can support you with

Developmental/ educational conditions

  • motor delay/ clumsiness/ coordination problems

  • social communication issues like autism spectrum disorder

  • global developmental delay

  • neurodevelopmental concerns

  • speech and language difficulties

  • Down's syndrome, neurofibromatosis, tuberous sclerosis and developmental regression

  • ex-NICU babies with neurodevelopmental concerns

  • acquired brain injury / disabilities following trauma, infection or malignancy

Behavioural conditions

  • suspected attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

Medical conditions

  • epilepsy in children with known neurodevelopmental problems

How a child or young person can get support

If you feel a child needs to be assessed, a referral needs to be made by a professional.

This could be a health visitor, GP, medical professional, special educational needs coordinator (SENCO), school nurse or social worker, among others.

You can download the referral criteria here (PDF 63KB)

Then simply contact us.

Contact us

Heart of Hounslow Centre for Health
Bath Road
Hounslow
TW3 3EL

Telephone 020 3771 6100

Online visit the Heart of Hounslow Centre for Health website here

Where to go

Name of venue
Heart of Hounslow Centre for Health
Venue address
92 Bath Road
Hounslow
Postcode
TW3 3EL

Who to contact

Telephone
020 3771 6100
Website
Heart of Hounslow Centre for Health
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The role of this directory is to provide information. It is your personal responsibility to make sure that organisations are appropriate and safe for you, your child or young person before they attend. Please read our guide to staying safe - things to consider

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