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Springtime Early Intervention Service

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Springtime Early Intervention Service is a partnership between Enable Ireland, The Brothers of Charity and the HSE. We provide therapeutic inputs to children under 6 years of age with complex disabilities throughout Galway City and County. Referrals to this service may be made by your GP or healthcare professional.

The Springtime Early Intervention service is a partnership between the HSE, Enable Ireland and the Brothers of Charity, providing interdisciplinary team supports to children with complex disabilities from birth to six years of age

We aim to provide a coordinated child and family centred approach.

The Springtime Early Intervention service has 5 teams based around the city and county. These teams work in an interdisciplinary manner providing assessment and intervention therapy services to children and their families where a child from birth to 6 years of age has a complex disability. Children with a complex disability present with delays in one or more of the following areas: Physical, Sensory, Intellectual, General Development; And require input from 2 or more disciplines on an on-going basis for a minimum of 1 year.

We link with other health care professionals and we also provide supports to children in the pre-school and school settings.

We provide services to children who meet the service criteria, resident within county Galway, with teams located as outlined above.

The Teams are based at locations in: Galway City East, Galway City West, Galway North and Galway South & Galway East. Referral forms are available from: Springtime Early Intervention Services, Manager’s Office, St Brendan’s Campus, Lake Road, Loughrea, Co Galway. Phone 091 872762. What other agencies/service do you link with? We link with other health care professionals and we also provide supports to children in the pre-school and school settings.

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Springtime Early Intervention Service
Address:

St Brendan’s Campus,
Lake Road,
Loughrea,
Co. Galway.

091 872762

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