Finding a provider to understand your child’s needs is vital. Our specialist Children’s Complex Care team at Voyage (CYP DCA) Greater London can help.

We’re experts in nurse-led, personalised care at home, supporting those age 0-25 with complex care needs in Greater London and surrounding counties. Our care means children and young people can live within the family home and in their local communities, without compromising high-quality clinical care.

Our approach

Through a combination of personalised, high-quality care and clinical governance, we help children, young people and their families manage complex care needs in the comfort of their homes.

We work closely with those involved in complex care provision for children and young adults including:

  • Families
  • Schools
  • Funding bodies
  • Social workers
  • Case managers/Solicitors
  • Healthcare professionals

This holistic approach means our care is consistent and can adapt as your child grows and develops.

Truly personalised complex care

We understand every child is different, so we tailor our care packages to meet individual needs. This includes considering more than just complex care needs.

We incorporate everything that is important to children and young people, working with their families and other professionals involved in their care, to provide truly person-centred care.

Our main priority is keeping children and young adults with complex care needs safe and healthy

Complex care needs we support

We support a wide range of children’s complex care needs. We do this through nurse-led care at home and industry-leading clinical approaches.

Our expert healthcare assistants complete a comprehensive training model that ensures they have the specialist skills required to support children and young people’s complex care needs.

Conditions we support

  • Brain injury non-rehabilitation
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Down’s syndrome
  • Epilepsy
  • Global developmental delay
  • Hypoxic ischaemic encephalopathy
  • Learning disabilities
  • Physical & sensory disabilities
  • Tracheostomy care
  • Ventilation needs

Areas of expertise

  • Airway clearance
  • Bowel management
  • Catheterisation
  • Diabetes management
  • Nutrition & hydration
  • Oscillated chest physiotherapy
  • Oxygen therapy
  • Palliative/End of life care
  • Respiratory management
  • Seizure Management
  • Transition support

Quality and clinical governance

We pride ourselves on quality of care and the unique clinical governance we offer. Every child or young person is allocated an experienced Clinical Nurse Manager (CNM) that’s there for your family throughout your care journey with us.

Hear from Clinical Nurse Manager, Hannah as she outlines her role in more detail.


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