Changes to our services due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
If you are concerned you may have symptoms of coronavirus please follow the Government advice published on NHS Choices. Do not visit a GP practice, urgent care centre, or any of our services if you have symptoms.
You should only call NHS111 if you have a physical health concern. They will be able to direct you to the most appropriate service.
Only in a medical emergency should you contact 999 or attend the local A&E department.
We are aware that this will be a worrying time for you and for your family. We are doing all we can to keep our CYPF services running while also keeping you and our staff safe. However, please be aware that due to the impact of COVID-19 we will be prioritising urgent appointments and referrals and some services will be disrupted, postponed or delivered differently (via phone or video link where possible).
We offer respite care for your child, providing a break for you and the rest of your family.
Your child can stay with us for a day, a night or a weekend. Knowing your child is in a safe, caring environment allows you to take a well-deserved break, spend time with your other children or just enjoy some time for yourself.
Across the NHS, services are adapting the way we deliver care to our patients. We’re changing the way we are working to make sure we can continue to reach as many people we can during this unprecedented time.
We will be stopping all respite care at Manor Green. This will be reviewed on a monthly basis. When services are to resume we will notify you. There is no need to contact us.
Manor Green Respite
Our service is based in the grounds of Manor Green School in Maidenhead.
Here, we provide respite to children and young people up to age 18 (or 19, if still in a special school) with complex health needs and learning difficulties, and who are on the Children’s Community Nursing caseload.
As well as providing respite care at Manor Green, we can provide respite care within your home and according to individual needs.
Manor Green Respite
Referrals for this service come from the children’s community nursing team only.
Once a referral is accepted, we’ll contact you within seven working days to arrange a home visit for a respite assessment.
Manor Green Respite Unit
Elizabeth Hawkes Way