The Adult Learning Disability Service (ALDT) provides a range of services for adults with learning disabilities.
The service is based at the Queen Street Centre in central Grimsby and incorporates;
The ALDS is for adults and young people in transition who have a learning disability, autism and/or complex needs, their families, carers and supporters.
The aim of the service is to support people with learning difficulties and / or complex needs to improve and maintain their health and wellbeing.
We help to support people to make their own choices and decisions and support carers with their caring role.
If required we also provide psychology services and intensive support.
In addition to working with individuals with learning difficulties, the team also provide training and education for carers, families, other learning disability providers, mainstream health services and other health and social care professionals.
The Macmillan Social Welfare Team, comprising of Kevin Moore and Rebecca Webster, is part of the Macmillan Palliative Care Team based at St Andrews Hospice,
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