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Telephone

0345 300 1348

Address

Innovation Way, Caudwell International Children's Centre Keele Science & Innovation Park, Newcastle-under-Lyme , ST5 5NT

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Caudwell International Children's Centre

Caudwell Children is a registered charity that provides emotional and practical support to disabled children and their families.

Our Services Include:

Autism Service – ASD Assessments, OT  Sensory Pathway Assessments, Workshops for parents and children aged 4 -11 years.

Family Support – families with support, signposting and information at the point of diagnosis or during treatment.

Equipment – funding towards Mobility, sensory and specialist sports equipment.

Treatment – funding towards vital treatments that can dramatically change or save a child’s life.

Therapy – access to therapy programmes for children with cerebral palsy, brain injuries and other associated conditions

Supported Breaks – teaching practical life skills through activity programmes, family trips and accredited courses.

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