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CPotential

(As a registered disability charity, we've been helping children and young people with movement disorders since 1963.)

Expert-led rehabilitation for children and young people with movement disorders.

Our expert clinicians work with babies, children and young people who have movement disorders due to conditions such as cerebral palsy, global developmental delay or acquired brain injury. Many of the children we work with also have related difficulties such as learning disabilities or sensory processing and/or communication.

To help children and young people reach their full potential, we offer the following ‘one-stop-shop’ of holistic therapies and rehabilitation services:

 

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Conductive Education
  • Physiotherapy 
  • Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT)
  • Independent Living
  • Online Services (interactive storytelling, learning through play, music and baby massage)
  • Music therapy
  • Mollii Suit and Therasuit therapy
  • Counselling
  • Wellbeing Support and Courses 
  • Educational Advice 

 

The sooner we act, the greater the impact.

CPotential rehabilitation services are child-focused and by addressing their needs as early as possible we can help your child gain the vital skills they need as they grow older.

Our sessions can help each child:

  • develop mobility, movement, sensory, communication, emotional, problem-solving and self-help skills
  • take an active part in the learning process
  • build confidence and independence – for your child and the whole family.

We create a warm, supportive, fun and interactive environment and celebrate each child’s achievement.

 

CPotential provides support and guidance for parents and carers and offers a friendly, positive place where you can share ideas and concerns. Full assistance is available on the accessibility and affordability of our services, with a range of videos with expert advice on topics such as clinical negligence claims, inclusive PE sessions, music therapy, speech and language therapy and making EHCP appeals.

Who to contact
Abby Stopler, centre administrator

Phone: 020 8444 7242

Email: info@cplondon.org.uk

Website: https://cpotential.org.uk/

 

Age ranges

We offer a wide range of rehabilitation services and support for babies, children and young people from 0 - 18 who have movement disorders due to conditions such as cerebral palsy, global developmental delay or acquired brain injury.

Many of the children we work with also have related difficulties such as learning disabilities or sensory processing and/or communication.

Referral details

Self-referral by parents or professional referral. Parents can contact us directly if they are interested in any service. Please complete the contact form on our website.

There is a one-off fee of £20 for an initial assessment to access all CPotential services.

Timetable

Monday – Saturday

Cost

Across our core suite of services, our prices range from £0 to £100 per session, depending on personal circumstances, bursary programme availability and eligibility criteria.

There is a one-off fee of £20 for an initial assessment to access all CPotential services.

 

 

Contact details

Contact Name
Ms Abby Stopler
Contact Position
Centre Administrator
Telephone
020 8444 7242
E-mail
info@cplondon.org.uk
Website
www.cplondon.org.uk 

Address

Activity location
Haringey
Address
CPotential
143
Coppetts Road
London
Postcode
N10 1JP

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 10am-3pm

Costs

Cost(s)
Across our core suite of services, our prices range from £0 to £100 per session, depending on personal circumstances, bursary programme availability and eligibility criteria.
There is a one-off fee of £20 for an initial assessment to access all CPotential services.

Further details

Catchment Area
London and Home Counties
Capacity or waiting list
We have capacity to take on new clients and also run intensive therapy blocks and bursary funded programmes. Please visit our website for more information.
Referral required?
No
Last checked date
18/06/2019
Record ID
21779
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