Services targeted for school age children and young people
Camden Language and Communication Service (CLCS)
The Camden Language and Communication Service (CLCS) is an integrated team of Speech and Language Therapists and Specialist Teachers. The team sits within the Primary Learning Support Service, a borough wide resource which provides support and advice to schools in Camden. CLCS works together with schools and families to support children with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) in primary mainstream schools in Camden.
Tracy Derry Interim Clinical Co-ordinator, Camden Language and Communication Service (CLCS) Tracy.firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura McLean Clinical Co-ordinator - Camden speech and language therapy teams for mainstream and SEMH schools/settings email@example.com
The Camden Complex Needs
The Camden Complex Needs Speech and Language Therapy Team provides support to children and young people with complex needs aged 2-19 years attending specialist provisions in Camden. We work together with families and our education, health and social care colleagues to develop communication skills and support eating and drinking (dysphagia) needs. We work across 3 main sites currently: Swiss Cottage School, Netley (Woodlands) School and Kentish Town Primary (Resource Bases for children with Autism, Unit for children with Physical Disabilities).
Jane Vallance, Clinical Co-Ordinator for Complex Needs Speech and Language Therapy Service, firstname.lastname@example.org