The Winnicott Centre located at 195-197 Hathersage Rd, Manchester M13 0BH, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0161 701 6880

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Caron Farragher

1 Google Rating

Shambles of a place. Sent away once, told there was nothing ‘wrong’ with my child, only to ask f

1/ 5

Shambles of a place. Sent away once, told there was nothing ‘wrong’ with my child, only to ask for a second opinion and to be told he has ADHD after testing and assessments. Now currently have no named workers and hasn’t since his last one switched roles in-house. Reports left in draft with nobody looking at them or actioning on them for five months, have to remind workers to make referrals... Manager even fails to correspond. No support in place for olmost five months, not making appointments with prescribing doctors, so medications cannot be altered... the place is a mess. The only one star I give is for the poor reception and admin staff who have to answer the phones to the people needing answers and support for their child who needs them.

Paulina Schutz

4 Google Rating

4/ 5

Saima Choudhry

3 Google Rating

Very long waiting time for assessment.

3/ 5

Very long waiting time for assessment.

Emma Rids

5 Google Rating

If it wasn't for this centre I would of been dead, thank you for everything. Thank you for the suppo

5/ 5

If it wasn't for this centre I would of been dead, thank you for everything. Thank you for the support, the hope. They taught me how to live again, and I cannot be more grateful.

Caron Farragher

4 Google Rating

Shambles of a place. Sent away once, told there was nothing ‘wrong’ with my child, only to ask f

4/ 5

Shambles of a place. Sent away once, told there was nothing ‘wrong’ with my child, only to ask for a second opinion and to be told he has ADHD after testing and assessments. Now currently have no named workers and hasn’t since his last one switched roles in-house. Reports left in draft with nobody looking at them or actioning on them for five months, have to remind workers to make referrals... Manager even fails to correspond. No support in place for olmost five months, not making appointments with prescribing doctors, so medications cannot be altered... the place is a mess. The only one star I give is for the poor reception and admin staff who have to answer the phones to the people needing answers and support for their child who needs them. Updated : after having to complain about matters things improved significantly. Waiting times are still too long for our children... However, the service and support dr the doctors and other staff has been vastly improved. Seems they're turning things around.

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