The Children’s Integrated Therapy Service run drop in sessions for parents, carers and school staff to get advice for children who are not on the caseload, but where further guidance is needed. Your child does not need a referral to access a drop-in session. 

The aim of the sessions is to give you time to talk with a therapist about concerns you have about your child’s development.

Our therapist’s will be able to observe your child at play, talk to you about your child’s development and advise what you need to do next. You will be seen in order but you may have to wait to see the therapist.

For early years drop-in sessions for physiotherapy (Hillingdon Moves) and speech and language therapy (Hillingdon Talks), please contact us directly by email Please include your child’s details and the drop-in session you want to attend. If you do not have access to email please call us on 01895 488 200.

Early years drop-in sessions for occupational therapy (Hillingdon Plays) will run alongside Children’s Centre ‘Stay and Play’ sessions. There will be an occupational therapist at some ‘Stay and Play’ sessions and if you would like more information, please contact the associated Children’s Centre.

Dates for each service can be found below:

Hayes Hub Centre

  • Thursday 29 February 2024 (AM)

Yiewsley Children’s Centre

  • Wednesday 20 March 2024 (AM)

South Ruislip Children's Centre

  • Monday 22 January 2024 (AM)

Hayes Hub Centre:

  • Thursday 1 February 2024 (AM)

Oak Farm Children’s Centre

  • Wednesday 13 March 2024 (PM)

South Ruislip Children’s Centre

  • Monday 26 February 2024 (AM)

Yiewsley Cornerstone Children’s Centre

  • Wednesday 17 January 2024 (AM)

Charville Children’s Centre

  • Wednesday 20 March 2024 (AM)

Coteford Children’s Centre:

  • Thursday 8 February 2024 (9.45am to 11.15am)

Oak Farm Children’s Centre

  • Monday 22 January 2024 (10am to 11.30am) 

Yeading Children’s Centre

  • Tuesday 19 March 2024 (10am to 11.15am) 

Yiewsley Cornerstone Children’s Centre

  • Friday 1 March 2024 (1pm to 2.30pm)

Each mainstream state school or college will be offered a termly drop in session where school staff can get advice about a child/children in their class, how to support them in school and possible next steps.

These sessions are for school staff to get advice about children not currently on the caseload.

Please note, school staff working with children and young people who are currently on the mainstream schools caseload will continue to be offered advice during therapy sessions and/or teacher meetings.