Heel And Toe Ltd
Heel And Toe Ltd
Heel and Toe provides a wide range of therapies for children aged 3 months to 19 years with physical and neurological disabilities, including cerebral palsy
We offer any child with physical and neurological disabilities in the North East of England free therapies including Conductive Education, Special Educational Needs support, Speech and Language support and extra Physio and Occupational Therapy.
We aim to improve the quality of life for children with disabilities and their families in the North East by providing free, specialised, physical, emotional and social support for children with complex disabilities and their families where none is available via NHS or local Government services.
We want children and families to have the chance to look forward to an independent and fulfilling future.
We want to make a real difference in children's lives. Not only with the formal treatments and therapy we provide but with the ‘soft outcomes’ we offer – improved health and well-being, self-confidence, motivation and fun.
We aim to work with all external organisations to develop and enhance our service, to aid and assist the NHS, Social Services and the LEA wherever possible.
We believe no child should be denied therapies due to a lack of money.
Heel And Toe Ltd aims to:
- To provide useful and meaningful physical support to children with complex physical disabilities to support the development of mobility and other motor skills.
- To support children with complex disabilities to develop social, speech and language and communication skills to enhance their ability to live as fulfilling and rewarding life as is possible.
- To enable the families of children with complex disabilities to access the support they need, even if they are on very low incomes.
Established: August 2008
Registered Charity Number: 1125695
Board members: 5
Full time staff: 7
Part time staff: 6
Phone number: 01913868606
Address: 40 Front Street Pelton Chester-Le-Street County Durham DH2 1DEView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website