On Friday 3rd October we proudly held the official opening ceremony of our new building in Pelton, Chester-Le-Street.
Over 100 people from local businesses to parents and members of the general public came to visit the new building and watched as Patrons Danny Graham – SCFC Footballer and Kelly Hinch – Metro Radio Presenter, cut the official Red Ribbon alongside Phillip Scott who attends Heel & Toe Charity for therapy.
The new building which was an old doctors surgery has been transformed into a centre of excellence in therapy for children all over the North East region to access. The centre has 5 therapy rooms, a children’s gym and a sensory garden area.
The charity offers free conductive education to children with cerebral palsy aged between 6 months and 19 years old. The following therapies are also available at Heel & Toe;
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech & Language Therapy
- SEN Tutoring
- Short Breaks
- Pre and Post Operative SDR Rehabilitation Block Sessions
The charity would like to thank everyone who attended the opening and to all the businesses and organisations who made the refurbishment possible.