Organisation/Service Details

Organisation or Service
Barnet Community Paediatric Service
Description of activity

The community paediatric service is a team of doctors who provide assessments for children where there are concerns about their development. We offer assessments to children presenting with developmental delay or impairment, including conditions such as:

- global developmental delay or learning disability
- autistic spectrum disorder
- cerebral palsy
- complex conditions of neurodisability (including syndromes, neuromuscular, neurometabolic and neurogenetic conditions).

Contact us on 020 7794 0500 followed by the following extension:

Deputy office manager and medical secretary: x26457 or x26382
Audiology secretary and appointments: x82398 (DD: 020 3758 2398)
Office manager: x26217

Clinic coordinator: x82420 (DD: 020 3758 2420)
Medical and SEN secretary: x26272 (020 3758 2420)

Referral Criteria

We see the following children:

• Children up to the age of seven years old, where there is concern about their neuro-developmental progress.
• Older children with conditions of complex disability.
• Older children who present with unexplained learning disability (we will exclude medical causes of learning disability but we are not able to provide detailed cognitive assessments; this would be the remit of an education psychologist).
• Children who require a medical assessment as part of their education, health and care needs assessment.

Contact Details

Address 1
Child Health Headquarters
Address 2
Edgware Community Hospital
Town
Burnt Oak Broadway
County
Edgware
Postcode
HA8 0AD

Categories

Type of Service
Health
Age Range
Early years (0-5 years old) Primary school (5-11 years old) Secondary school (11-16 years old)
Need
Speech, language and communication Visual or hearing impairment Generic SEND services Learning difficulty Autism/Aspergers
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