To find out more about children's services, what we offer, where
we are based, and how you can access them, click on the links
The profession of podiatry has developed from its origins in
chiropody to become a medical speciality d...
Nutrition and dietetics offer patient assessment, diagnosis,
care planning, treatment and education.
The team provides input to children who reside or attend school
full-time in County Durham and Darlington.
Physiotherapy is a profession that uses physical methods, such
as massage and manipulation, to promote healing.
Health visiting teams provide a service to all families with
children up to the age of five years.
The team is made up of school nurses, who are registered nurses
with specialist qualifications in school nursing.
We would like to hear you views and gather feedback on services
we provide to you and your children. Please could we ask if
you could take the time to fill out the questionnaire below.
Your feedback is very important to us and the information you
have supplied will be used to make positive changes in the
way we deliver services in the future. You do not need to give
your contact details, however, if you would be happy for us to
contact you in the future to gain more detailed feedback about your
comment, compliments and ideas for improvement, then please
complete the relevant sections.
Children's Trusts are the sum total of cooperation
arrangements and partnerships between local organisations with a
role in improving outcomes for children and young
For more information on the Children and Young People's Plan
(CYPP) for our area and the work we are doing to improve well-being
for local children and young people, please click here.
'The treatment I have received from all the staff has been
excellent and could you extend my thanks to them all. A very
thankful and relieved patient'.
Patient, Dermatology Outpatients Department, University Hospital
of North Durham