What We Offer
Webinars & Sessions
Whilst we cannot meet face to face, we run a variety of therapy sessions –
How to Book
To book the webinars and sessions, you need to register on this site and also fill out a referral form. Once we have processed the form, we will send you a confirmation email. You will then be able to see dates for future webinars and sessions on the Noticeboard page after logging in. From there you can book places for the parent training webinars, baby and toddler group and sibling singing sessions. You can also apply for the parent consultation and one-to-one therapy sessions.
Please note - you do not need to fill in a referral form for the sibling singing sessions. To book these, simply register on the site and navigate to the Noticeboard page.
“...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 in SALT & OT. 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 and we survive purely from financial donations and fundraising from the generosity of our supporters. If you can help by either donating to the charity or organising a fundraising event, either contact us using the email address below or click on the pink Give as you Live button below. All donations are much appreciated!
Contact Us at Funding@lejeuneclinic.com
Can You Tell People About Us?
Most of our referrals are via this website or word of mouth. If you know a family who might benefit from our services, please let them know.
You can also download copies of our posters for distribution in your community by clicking on the images below.
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