Cheyne Child Development Service

What we do

The Cheyne Child Development Service is a family-centred service based at Chelsea and Westminster dedicated to supporting children with special educational and developmental needs. We have been running for many years and are one of the few services to provide music therapy.

We maintain close links with local borough agencies, clinical commissioning groups and school nursing services to provide seamless support for children.

We offer:

  • A consultant-led assessment and treatment service for children up to the age of 19 with a wide range of developmental difficulties
  • A clinical nurse specialist, social worker, full range of therapists, and the hospital’s paediatric specialists as needed
  • School health in partnership with three local school nursing services, and medical advice for special education assessments
  • Telephone advice from the clinical nurse specialist

Our team

Our team consists of four Consultant Paediatricians and includes a Clinical Nurse Specialist, Social worker and a full range of very experienced therapists; extra support is provided by the hospital's multi-professional paediatric specialists.

Location

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  • Chelsea and Westminster Hospital (main location)
    Doughty House
    369 Fulham Road
    London
    SW10 9NH

    T: 020 3315 6488 (Kensington and Chelsea, Fulham residents)

    Please note that due to building works there is no access through the main hospital building. Pedestrian access can be gained through the ambulance bay to the rear of Doughty House or via Netherton Grove.
  • Parkview Centre for Health & Wellbeing
    Cranston Court 
    56 Bloemfontein Road
    White City 
    London W12 7FG

    T:
    020 3704 6060 (Hammersmith residents)

Contact

Secretary
T:
020 3315 3112/3121

Coordinator
T:
020 3315 3153

Clinical Nurse Specialist
T:
020 3315 6470

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) local offer

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