Children’s Integrated Therapies in Oxfordshire include occupational therapy, physiotherapy, and speech & language therapy.

What we do

We aim to support children and young people and their families by working with our partners in health, education, social care and voluntary and independent agencies.

Where we work

Therapists are based in local centres across Oxfordshire to enable services to be offered in your community.

Therapists work in clinics and settings that the child or young person is most familiar with, for example children’s centres, nurseries, schools, college, respite care or the family home.

This enables the therapists, parents and staff to engage as a team with the child or young person to support him or her during the whole day.

Partner working

Many services are jointly run with the local authority, for example Early Support Programme, so that support is integrated and workforces across Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust and the local authority are joined up to provide an effective team around the child.

Contact details

Learn more

Find out more in our leaflets about integrated therapy services and how a lead therapist can help you.

Page last reviewed: 12 July, 2021