We are a group of Specialist Learning Disability Nurses based in the Community Learning Disability Teams (CLDT's).
Our service is for adults over 18 with a diagnosis of an intellectual (learning) disability. We work closely with other health professionals.
Community nurses can help with:
We will talk to you about the help you need and how we can support you. This may include:
We can give you advice about physical and mental health conditions. We can assess your health needs. We might work with you as an individual, or in a group.
Here is some more detailed information about what we can offer you:
We also work with staff so that they can meet your needs. We may go to meetings to talk about how to help you to stay healthy.
All of our sites have disabled access. Limited car parking is available for visitors.
We have produced a video called Making Sense of Adult ADHD to help carers and families after diagnosis.
Please contact us using the details below.
9am – 5pm, Monday – Friday (excluding bank holidays)
Outside of office hours please contact your GP service, NHS 111, or in an emergency attend your local Accident and Emergency (A&E) department.