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Rotherham Mental Health Hospital Liaison Service

The Rotherham Mental Health Liaison Service provides round the clock mental health care to patients who attend Rotherham Hospital to provide assessment, treatment and management of mental health problems to adults aged over 18. Contact us Telephone (01709) 447070

Living Well Service

The Living Well Information & Support Service exists to empower and support the people of Doncaster, by providing quality information and support about cancer to enable them to make positive changes to their lives to help them live well. We

Looked After Children’s Health Team

A ‘Looked After Child’ is a child or young person who, for whatever reason, is cared for by a local authority. The local authority then become known as the child’s ‘Corporate Parents’ and are responsible for all elements of the

Community Integrated Team

The Community Integrated Team is a combined health and social care team providing care and support to individuals within the Learning Disability Service in Rotherham. The team comprises community nurses, social workers, occupational  therapists and support workers. The main focus

Speech and Language Therapy

We provide specialist assessment and therapy to adults throughout Doncaster who have communication and/or swallowing difficulties as a result of a neurological condition. These difficulties can be a result of acute conditions such as stroke and head injury, or a

Community Homes

Supported Living We provide a professional and specialised care and support service, with person-centred, individualised packages of care and support that meet the needs, abilities and choices of service users with a learning disability to live in their own homes

Health Support Team

Welcome to the Health Support Team page.  Our team comprises health facilitator/acute liaison nurses, day services nurses and a health and wellbeing coordinator. The main focus of our team is to help people with learning disabilities get equal and fairer

Intensive Support Service

We work with adults with learning disabilities who: Present significant challenges to their family or paid carers Have significant mental health problems Are in obvious distress but whose level of disability means that the reasons for their distress is not

Community Health Team

Our service provides community nurses, a speech and language therapist, an occupational therapist, physiotherapist, psychology, behavioural therapy, health facilitation, health promotion, assessment care, planning work, advice, support and joint work, service development and teaching. Most work is done with people

Community Homes

 Supported Living We provide a professional and specialised care and support service, with person-centred, individualised packages of care and support that meet the needs, abilities and choices of service users with a learning disability to live in their own homes

Day Services

Access to health provided Learning Disability Day Service is subject to the single point of access procedure as for the community learning team.  Solar Centre We provide a day service for adults with a learning disability and associated health support

Clinical Psychology and Counselling Service

The Clinical Psychology and Counselling Service helps adults with learning disabilities and their carers. It offers them assistance in developing daily living skills, mental health issues, challenging behaviour, legal issues, relationship problems and learning disability assessment. It also offers advice

Integrated Health and Social Care Learning Disability Team

Our team is made up of the following professionals: Social workers Learning disability nurses Support workers Psychiatrist Physiotherapist Psychologist Speech and language therapist. We all work together to support people who are living with a learning disability in North Lincolnshire.

Tissue Viability and Lymphoedema Services

Background The Tissue Viability and Lymphoedema Service (TVALS) aims to provide a comprehensive assessment and treatment and provide specialist advice and knowledge for tissue viability and wound care management and lymphoedema for residents living in their own homes or in