Every child is unique. None of the children we see are the same. Just because they are diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, or have a particular syndrome, doesn’t mean they all experience the same problems. Which is why we don’t have a ‘Cerebral Palsy’ programme or a ‘Down’s Syndrome programme’ or a programme relating to any one specific condition.
Whatever their diagnosis or syndrome they may have, or whether they have no diagnosis, each child is looked at as an individual and each programme is designed to meet the child’s particular needs. In this way, each child has the greatest possible chance of reaching their potential independence.