If you or someone you know is worried about coronavirus (COVID-19), the government has created some resources to help you:
|Our learning disability services provides health support for adults with learning disabilities across Bradford, Airedale, Craven and Bentham.|
|There are three main service areas.|
|The Learning Disability Health Support team.|
|The Najurally Centre, Assessment and Treatment Unit at Lynfield Mount Hospital.|
See this film of Alan and hear about the help that he gets from health and care staff in Bradford.
This film has information about the speech and language support that we can provide.
|Waddiloves Health Centre guide to services– an Easy Read guide about all the services available at Waddiloves Health Centre.|
|Annual health check – people with learning disabilities should have an Annual Health Check at their GP. This form gives you more details.
Fact sheet for parents and carers – this form provides Annual Health Check information for parents and carers of children and young adults with learning disabilities.
Top tips for clinicians – tips for clinicians to support children and young adults when accessing an Annual Health Check.
Vicky Donnelly, Waddiloves, 44 Queens Rd, Bradford, BD8 7BT
|VIP hospital passport – lots of people with learning disabilities have a hospital passport that they use if they go into hospital. It gives the staff extra information about you, to help them give you the right support. Please print this off and fill it in, so you have it ready if you need to go into hospital.|
|Going to hospital? top tips – here is some Easy Read advice and tips, if you need to go into hospital.|
|If you have a cancer screening booked, here is some helpful information and explainer videos that will show what happens during a screening.|
|Understanding constipation – an Easy Read booklet on the signs of constipation and how to treat it.|
|Our Learning Disabilities challenge, has useful links to help people with a learning disability to start, live and age well.|
Social care support – the health support team only provides health support. If you or your family wants information about social care support, such as day care or respite, please contact the Access Point on 01274 435400 who will be able to help.
Advocacy support – Voiceability provides advocacy support to adults with learning disabilities in Bradford and can be contacted on 01274 888017.