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Description

The Children’s Trust runs the UK’s largest rehabilitation centre for children with brain injury.

It also provides

  • education for children with profound and multiple learning difficulties
  • a range of therapies and care for children with complex health needs
  • short breaks and holiday camps
  • support for children across the county with brain injuries who have returned home
  • online information and support for parents.

Each child has an individual programme of therapy, education and care. It is funded by NHS England via National Specialist Commissioning or via Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).

We provide a nurse-led service for children who are technology-dependent. This includes children who

  • have a complex tracheostomy
  • require artificial ventilation
  • fed via parenteral nutrition
  • need central line management and intravenous medication.

Our Brain Injury Community Team supports children and young people in challenges around cognition, communication and behaviour and gives them the best opportunity to succeed in school. The team works closely with the child’s family, school and local agencies.

Type of provision

Specialist - This is for a small group of people with significant special educational needs and disabilities and their families

Contact details

Email enquiries@thechildrenstrust.org.uk
Telephone 01737 365 000
Website https://www.thechildrenstrust.org.uk/

Centre information

Accessibility and adjustments

Wheelchair access No

Location

Address The Children's Trust, Tadworth Court, Tadworth, KT20 5RU

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