Community Children's Occupational Therapy Service - West Norfolk
Who is the service for?
Provided by The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust, Children’s occupational therapists work as part of an integrated rehabilitation team along with Children’s physiotherapists.
Babies, children and young people from birth until they leave school (aged 0–16/19 years).
Children must live or attend school within West Norfolk and be registered with a GP within the West Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group.
The team provide services to West Norfolk Child Development Team and in-patients at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
How to contact us
Children’s Rehabilitation Team (Occupational Therapy)
How to refer to us
Referrals in writing via a health professional such as a GP, consultant, health visitor etc.
Referrals to be sent to the address above.
How does the service change between children’s services and adult services?
Appropriate children are transitioned into adult occupational therapy services between 17 and 19 years of age depending on individual needs.