Supporting young people to live their best life and fulfil their potential.
Offering advice and guidance to parents to help them support their children.
Schools and professionals
Providing healthcare expertise to
schools and professionals.
Welcome to the East Sussex School Health and Children’s Integrated Therapy and Equipment Service’s website.
Here you will find details about our services plus information about health topics from emotional and physical health and wellbeing to speech and language disorders, equipment for physical disabilities and training and support for East Sussex schools.
If you would like to speak to us, please phone:
Therapy One Point for Children’s Integrated Therapy (TOP) on 0300 123 2650.
School Health One Point (SHOP) for East Sussex School Health on 0300 123 4062.
We are also starting a community hub where you will find information about the East Sussex Services found in the footer.
If you are an organisation or service that supports East Sussex families or schools and you think others would benefit from hearing about your service, or you would like to offer any feedback about how we could improve our website we would like to hear from you, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Make a referral to school health
If you need support and advice for any health issues for children and young people, we can help.
East Sussex Healthy Schools
This programme supports schools to recognise and celebrate whole-school health improvement achievements through the Healthy Schools status and provides a simple way to collate a range of evidence that will be useful for Ofsted inspections.
Make a referral to Children's Integrated Therapy and Equipment Service
If you need support and advice for any therapy related issues for children and young people, we can help.
Virtual drop-ins for young people
Apologies, our virtual drop-ins are paused at this time.
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How our school health teams work together
The School Health Service works in partnership with parents, children and young people to make sure pupil’s health needs are supported within their school and community. This includes all those attending a state school within East Sussex and children and young people who are electively home educated. We can support you and your child with their physical and emotional needs from the age of five until they are 19 years old.
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How our therapists work together
We are occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists and therapy assistants. We provide personalised support for children and young people so they can overcome or adapt to physical or communication difficulties that affect daily life. Children achieve the best outcomes when we include therapy strategies into daily routines, so we work closely with parents and carers, education and health professionals to achieve this.