Community teams provide services such as Community Nursing, Psychology, Speech and Language Therapy, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Psychiatry
Liaison nurses work with hospitals and GP Surgeries to help make sure people with learning disabilities get good care and support
The Intensive Support Service helps people with a learning disability who have behaviours that challenge and/or mental health difficulties.
Visit the Surrey Health Action website for Easy Read information to help you access health services and create a health action plan.
Visit the Easy Health website for Easy Read information and videos about a wide range of health subjects.
Visit the Seeability website for Easy Read information about eye care, eye tests, wearing glasses, eye problems and eye operations.
Easy Read leaflets that set out patients’ rights to choice in healthcare, where to find information to help choose, and how to complain if choice isn’t offered.
Due to advances in health care, people with learning disabilities are enjoying greater longevity. This report is a project Summary from 2010.
In 2007-2008 Beacroft & Dodd (2010, in press) carried out an audit within a range of Learning Disability Services in Surrey looking at Pain Recognition and Management.
This presentation gives an overview of the work The Learning Disability Partnership Board in Surrey have done to develop health support for people.