School Nursing Targeted Intervention Service

School Nursing Targeted Intervention Service offers a service to all children and young people age 5-19, and up to 25 years for SEND young people and their families. 

Providing targeted intervention to support, physical and emotional well being in order for a child or young person to attend their education and achieve to the best of their ability.

Working in partnership with schools and other professionals, we offer support to children and young people with SEND in various ways.  This may be through signposting families to other services, health screening such as hearing tests, care planning and training teachers to support your child's medical needs, providing a report to support your child's application for education health care plan and where necessary completing an assessment for continuing care application. 

Supporting people with:

  • physical disability
  • social and emotional support
  • mental health needs
  • speech, language and communication difficulties
  • autistic spectrum condition
  • learning difficulties
  • complex medical needs
  • long term conditions


Telephone: 0808 178 3374

chathealth texting service for young people: 07520 615723

chathealth texting service for parents/carers: 07312 277161

Contact telephone 0808 178 3374
Contact email
Venue name Smallthorne Health Centre
Venue address Baden Road
Stoke on Trent
Time of day 9.00 - 17.00 Monday to Friday excluding bank holidays.
Referral required No: parents and young people can self refer, other professionals need to use referral form or can call the hub for advice.
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