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Active Luton

Wigmore HallEaton Green RoadLutonBedfordshireLU2 9JB
Active Luton is a sports and leisure trust operating a variety of sports and leisure facilities in Luton. It is also responsible for developing sport and has a key role helping to improve the health and well-being of residents within the local community.It…

Annual health checks for people with learning disabilities age 14 plus

It is really important to look after your health. People with a learning disability are entitled to an annual health check at their doctors. Everyone with a learning disability should be put on their doctor's GP learning disability register. This will mean they get some…

APNI - Association for Post-Natal Illness

145 Dawes RoadLondonFulhamSW6 7EB
The aim of the organisation is to provide support to mothers suffering from post-natal illness, increase public awareness of the illness and to encourage research in to its cause and nature.Postnatally depressed women may feel unable to go out of their house, and…

Autism Bedfordshire Services for Adults

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Who do we support? Adults with Autistic Spectrum Conditions What can you expect from us? My Future My Future is a new and exciting transition support service that has been designed to help young autistic adults (18-25) and their families to navigate the confusing world…

Autism Bedfordshire Services for Children

Who do we support? Children with Autistic Spectrum Conditions What can you expect from us? Skills for Success The Skills4Success is a project for 16 to 19 year olds with lower support needs and provides the opportunity to learn and…

Autism Spectrum team

Town HallGeorge StreetLutonLU1 2BQ
This is a specialist team, part of the Special Educational Needs Service (SENS) which works with children and young people from 3 to post-16 year olds with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder. We offer advice and support for parents, carers and schools and accept referrals from…

Child & Educational Psychology Service

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Educational psychologists (EP) apply knowledge of psychology, child development and education to promote children’s learning, social development, mental health and emotional well-being. Educational Psychologists are postgraduate, applied psychologists. Many have been teachers and all have experience of working with children and young people in educational…

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)

1st Floor Charter HouseAlma StreetLutonBedfordshireLU1 2DL
East London Foundation Trust (ELFT) Who does the service support? This service provides a range of mental health and wellbeing services for children and young people up to the age of 18, including specialist mental health support and intervention. What can you expect from the Service?…

CHUMS Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing Service for Children and Young People

Wrest Park Enterprise CentreWrest ParkSilsoeBedfordshireMK45 4HS
CHUMS offers a range of services across Luton as follows: Emotional Wellbeing and Bereavement Support Chums provide emotional wellbeing and bereavement support through one to one support, counselling, group therapy and workshops for children and young people aged 5-17 with mild to moderate mental health…

EPIC Luton Parent Carer Forum

Empowering Parents, Influencing Change in Luton (EPIC Luton) is the official Department for Education (DfE) funded Parent Carer Forum (PCF) for Luton Borough. As a group of parents and carers of children and young people aged 0-25 who have additional needs and/or special educational needs…