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Welcome to the noticeboard. Here you can find news, announcements, and details of upcoming webinars, previous webinars, therapy sessions and events.

You will need to register with the clinic if you would like to attend any of the events or session, so will need to submit a referral form for your child. Once we've received and processed the form we will give you access to the webinars and sessions.

If you've submitted a form and have already received a confirmation email from Lejeune Clinic admin, please contact us at sessions@lejeuneclinic.com to book any of the sessions.

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Zoom Baby & Toddler Session

Baby & Toddler Communication Support Session

Saturday 2nd July at 11am 

Cost: Free 

Duration: 45 Minutes - Limited Places

Suitable for infants from birth until 2 years old.

Early Intervention Group

Zoom Early Intervention SALT Group
London Children's Practice


Saturday 2nd July at 12.00pm

Cost: £10 - Limited Places

Duration: 45 Minutes

These small group friendly and informative sessions are a great opportunity to ask questions or express any worries that are at the forefront of your mind about your child's communication and development. The therapists can help to problem solve and are happy to model new strategies to help to support your child's progress, with advice and strategies to practice at home and in their school or nursery settings. 


Suitable for 2 - 5 years old.

Pre-Walkers Physio Webinar

Physio Q&A Session with Specialist Physiotherapist Stephanie Wheen on Pre-Walkers & Walking Difficulties. 


Next Date: Tuesday 14th June at 7.30pm

Cost: £10

Duration: Approximatly 1.5 hours

On signing up for the webinar parents will be sent an information video that explains all the developmental stages that leads to a child walking.
The webinar includes why there can be challenges for children with Down syndrome and what to look out for and how you can support your child. 

The follow-on Q&A session is a great opportunity to bring your questions about your child's own progress, their specific challenges and to get further help and advice.