Who We Can Help
Chiltern Centre specialises in supporting people with disabilities, complex health needs and/or severe learning disabilities with associated behaviours that carers find challenging.
We are highly experienced in working with disabled children and adults who are considerably affected in their everyday life by one or more of the following:
- Global developmental delay
- Learning disability
- A sensory impairment
- A physical impairment
- Chronic ill health or medical problems
- Serious life limiting or terminal illness
- Cerebal palsy
- Brain injury
- Genetic syndrome, such as Down’s Syndrome, Rett Syndrome and many others.
- Communication or language disorder including young people who use verbal or non-verbal communication or a combination of the two.
- Autistic Spectrum condition and not able to access other services
- Mobility impairment at any level
- Feeding difficulties, including those requiring enteral feeding.
- High levels of anxiety
- Those who require support to manage their behaviour.
Always providing consistently high quality care, Chiltern Centre also has the expertise to supportdisabled people who use specific communication systems such as Makaton, PECS, use of symbols, timetables, objects of reference, and many more.
To find out our services for people with disabilities, complex health needs and/or severe learning disabilities; please contact us.