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. 

You will need to call the Children’s Centre and speak with the receptionist to book onto the sessions. To find out more, please see below.

All sessions run from 9am to 12pm except Pinkwell Children's Centre where they run from 9.30am to 12pm.

Barra Hall Children’s Centre:

  • Thursday 21 July 2022

Contact: 01895 277877

South Ruislip Children’s Centre

  • Monday 23 May 2022

Contact: 01895 556806

Yiewsley Cornerstone Children’s Centre

  • Thursday 28 April 2022

Contact: 01895 558194

Oak Farm Children’s Centre:

  • Wednesday 15 June 2022

Contact: 01895 250865

Yiewsley Cornerstone Children’s Centre

  • Thursday 14 July 2022

Contact: 01895 558194

South Ruislip Children’s Centre

  • Monday 6 June 2022

Contact: 01895 556806

Oak Farm Children’s Centre

  • Wednesday 15 June 2022
  • Wednesday 6 July 2022

Contact: 01895 250865

Barra Hall Children’s Centre:

  • Thursday 23 June 2022
  • Thursday 21 July 2022

Contact: 01895 277877

Barra Hall Children’s Centre:

  • Thursday 14 April 2022

Contact: 01895 277877

Yiewsley Cornerstone Children’s Centre

  • Thursday 12 May 2022

Contact: 01895 558194

Oak Farm Children’s Centre:

  • Wednesday 29 June 2022

Contact: 01895 250865

South Ruislip Children’s Centre

  • Monday 18 July 2022

Contact: 01895 556806

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.

Larger schools will be offered half termly drop in sessions where needed.

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.