Welcome to The Lejeune Clinic
We run a variety of sessions including :-
Face to Face Sessions, Parent Training Webinars, Online Early Intervention Therapy Support Sessions, One to One Teletherapy Sessions.
All our Clinics combine practical therapy with observations, advice and discussion.
We offer subsidised rates for all our sessions so that all families can attend. We aim to supplement NHS therapy services.
Any family on low income or struggle with the costs may contact us for further support with session costs.
Parent Training Webinars:
We run a range of online parent training Webinars.
Past webinar recordings are available by request and a list of these is in our Members Section.
Early Language Development
Parts 1 & 2
As a parent there is so much you can do to help to support your chid's language development.
Through our two webinar information sessions you will learn practical parent/child strategies that you can use to support your child's social communication skills and language development which are easy to use and can be built into your child's everyday routines whist having fun together.
The first webinar session covers:
The Foundations of Parent/ Child Interaction Strategies.
The second webinar (part 2) covers:
How to make a Plan, How to implement the strategies.
Where you are going to do this and What you are going to do.
Led by Specialist Speech & Language Therapist
Suitable for parents of children from birth to 5 years old.
(any age child can still apply)
The webinars consist of 50 minute Talks
followed by parent Q&A's
Includes Recording & Notes for both Sessions.
Recordings & Notes are available on request at:
Please note new families will need to complete our referral form to attend our sessions or receive webinar recordings. Once we have processed the form, we will send a confirmation email and you will be able to apply for any of our webinars or therapy sessions. We will also keep you informed on our future events too.
New families are very welcome!
Previous Parent Support Webinars
(Recordings & Notes now available)
This webinar addresses all the important information that parents need to know at the Needs Assessment Application Stage for Education Health Care Plan's (EHCP) and includes tips, insights and advice for managing the process once an EHCP has been agreed by the LA.
The webinar is suitable for parents at any stage of the EHCP process.
Led by Specialist Independent Educational Consultant
Faye has spent many years working with families who require an EHCP. Her experience of working with a broad range of diagnosed special educational needs and many different LA’s across the UK means she is able to offer sound advice about each stage of the process.
The webinar consists of a 50 minute Talk
followed by parent's questions
For Recording & Notes.
Please note new families will need to complete our referral form to attend our sessions or recieve webinar recordings. Once we have processed the form, we will send a confirmation email and you will be able to apply for any of our webinars or therapy sessions. We will also keep you informed on our future events too.
If you have any questions contact us at:
New families are very welcome!
Occupational Therapy Support
All Things Fine Motor!
Led by Occupational Therapist
From grasp patterns to dexterity skills to handwriting.
This workshop explores fun and interesting ways to promote
development, independence and hand strength.
Covering proprioception and the need to be body aware prior to starting a fine motor activity.
The session touches on a variety of deep-pressure play positions to target this area, specifically for younger and school age children.
This workshop provides ideas and activities for parents and carers to practice with their children
both at home and in their school or nursery.
News and Events
“...A great source of intensive and tailored advice on both learning development and physical development. Great practical advice, useful materials to use at home and ideas for how to continue development.”
Speech & Language Therapy (SALT) and Occupational Therapy (OT) are proven to have hugely beneficial effects on the progress and development of children with Down syndrome. Our targeted sessions are run by specialist therapists and parents are invited to join the sessions to learn about the practical activities that can be incorporated into their child’s everyday life.
The valuable service we provide is heavily subsidised for families and we survive purely from financial donations and fundraising from the generosity of our supporters. If you can help by donating to the charity or by organising a fundraising event, please contact us using the email address below.
For online donations please use Paypal or to set up a standing order use the Pink Give as you Live button.
All donations are hugely appreciated and directly support our precious children with Down syndrome.
Contact Us at Funding@lejeuneclinic.com
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Can You Tell People About Us?
Most of our referrals are via this website, our Facebook page or word of mouth. If you know a family who might benefit from our services, please let them know about us.
You can also download copies of our posters for distribution in your community by clicking on the images below.
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Early Intervention Sessions for babies and children with Down syndrome
The Lejeune Clinic runs Speech & Language, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy Support for
Babies & Children with Down syndrome
Our Clinics focus on developing the child’s language and communication as well as their physical development. Our sessions provide interventions with practical advice and recommendations for parents and carers on how they can help their child with their next stage of development together with practical skills and activities which can be incorporated into their everyday lives.
These combined interventions are proven to have excellent outcomes for the children and enables parents to learn more about their child’s T21 condition and learn how they can practically support them and give them the best start in life.