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Learning Disability and Autism

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Across north Cumbria there is lots of work being done to support people with learning disabilities and autism.
Examples of this are highlighted below.
Further useful resources and links are also included at the bottom of this page.



 

'Stop and Watch' campaign - View the Stop and Watch campaign page here|


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Select image above or here| to complete the Cumbria Patient Carer Forum Annual Survey 2019 - which is a questionnaire for Parents and Carers of Children with Special Needs and Disabilities in Cumbria.


Learning Disabilities Mortality Review (LeDeR)

 




Continuing Health Care and Learning Disability

The Continuing Health Care team works with individuals who have learning disability and complex health conditions to assess whether they are eligible for Continuing Health Care (CHC) NHS funding.

 

Autism

- More information on autism here|

- Open Space Event information in Cumbria 2017|

- Open Space Event information in Cumbria 2018|


Learning Disability and Autism at Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Services for adults with learning disabilities and autism are delivered by a range of learning disability specialist professionals which include:

  • Physiotherapists
  • Psychologists
  • Psychiatrists
  • Speech and Language therapists
  • Registered Learning Disability Nurses
  • Support Staff

Visit Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust's website Here for more information.|

Children's Community Learning Disability and Behaviour Support Service|
Support to understand and meet the health needs of children with learning disabilities, global developmental delay and autism. 


Local Authority

Visit the Cumbria County Council website Here|



Cumbria's Local Offer

 

The Local Offer helps you find information about local services, support and events for children and young people aged 0-25 years who have special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).

Find out more here about Cumbria's Local Offer & other Family information.|



Self-advocacy groups and family carer networks

 

 


 

Useful links

- 'Look After Your Lungs' A Guide to your Lungs for adults with learning disabilities. (The leaflet was developed by People First Merseyside)|

- 'Listen to your body - cancer red flag symptoms' - leaflet|

- View 'Making Meetings Accessible & Inclusive'|

- View 'Best Practice Guidelines when Involving People with Learning Disabilities, Families and Carers in the Learning Disability Network's Projects'|

- Easy Read Image Consent Form|

- 'Stay Safe on Social Media and Online' - Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities|

- All about social media - tips about Facebook, Twitter Youtube and Skype|



            
A further flu injection explanation resource sheet is available here.|

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