Contact details Queensland Health Central Referral Unit For all areas: Ph: 1300 658 252 Fax: 3146 2412 Email: central_referral_unit_P&[email protected] Centres: Child and Family Health Caboolture Community Health Centre McKean St, Caboolture Q 4510 Ph: 5433 8300 Fax: 5433 8322 Deception Bay Family Centre Shop 27, Deception Bay Shopping Centre Deception Bay Rd, Deception Bay Q 4508 Ph: 3884 1333 Fax: 3884 1300 North Lakes Health Precinct 9 Endeavour Blvd, North Lakes Q 4509 Children’s Therapy Service Ph: 3049 1200 Fax: 3049 1250 The Children’s Therapy Service provides assessment and treatment services for infants and children experiencing developmental difficulties. Redcliffe Community Health Centre What services are available? ■ Physiotherapy School Based Youth Health Nurse Program Caboolture Community Health Centre 181 Anzac Rd, Kippa-Ring Q 4021 Ph: 3897 6300 Fax: 3897 6311 ■ Speech pathology McKean St, Caboolture Q 4510 ■ Family support Ph: 5433 8300 ■ Occupational therapy ■ Developmental psychology Children’s Therapy Service North Lakes Health Precinct ■ Counselling and behaviour management. Am I eligible for Children’s Therapy Services? Priority is given to children under four with developmental difficulties; older children according to specific criteria and infants; and children 0–18 months with recently acquired brain injuries. Fax: 5433 8322 9 Endeavour Boulevard North Lakes Q 4509 Ph: 3049 1200 Fax: 3049 1250 Healthier Children and Families service Healthier Children and Families service About the service This free service is offered to all families and provides them with an opportunity to discuss their infant’s and child’s growth, development, health and wellness. The team is made up of qualified child health professionals, and offers information and support to families with children up to 18 years. What services are available? ■ Child, Youth and Family Health Service ■ School Health Program ■ Children’s Therapy Service. Child, Youth and Family Health Service School Health Program Services include: ■ Maternity liaison and outreach services What services are available? ■ School Based Youth Health Nurse Program Nurses are located in Education Queensland secondary schools and provide support and education on health matters for young people and the school community. ■ Infant feeding and settling ■ Infant weighing-in facilities for parents ■ Drop-in sessions ■ Follow-up telephone information and support ■ Parenting support in a variety of settings ■ Information sessions. Topics may include: newborn babies, becoming a new parent, and age specific development information ■ Young parents support ■ Specific parenting programs eg. Postnatal well-being, support and Positive Parenting Program ■ Social Work/Psychologist support and assistance. This may include counselling, adjusting to parenting, loss and grief, postnatal depression and coping with stress.
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