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East Yorkshire Children’s Community Team Learning Disabilities

Description

The team provide assessment and intervention for children/young people with learning disabilities and associated significant emotional and behavioural needs.

The support may include direct work with the child/young person and/or work with parent/carers.

Who is the service for (ie threshold)

The team only works with children with a Learning Disability who are registered with an East Riding GP.

For children and young people with learning disabilities and associated significant emotional and behavioural needs, and this may include:

  • Behaviours that are challenging to others
  • Behaviours that cause harm to themselves
  • Anxiety and/or low mood that significantly impacts daily functioning.

They are a specialist service therefore will expect that universal and targeted services have been accessed.

Who can refer a child or young person?

Any professional involved with the young person, but not parents/young people directly.

How do you refer?

By referral form which can be obtained by emailing hnf-tr.childrenlearningdisabilityteam@nhs.net OR
Via CAMHS Hull & East Riding Contact Point:
Telephone number: (01482) 303810
Online referral form: smartsurvey.co.uk/s/EastRidingContactPoint/

No referral will be progressed without a consent form.

What happens after a referral is made?

The referrals are discussed every week at the referral meeting and a decision is made if further information is needed, a triage may then take place or it is placed on a waiting list.

A letter is sent to parents/carers/GP/school nurses and referrer to inform them of the outcome.

What happens if a child/young person is not accepted for treatment following a referral?

A letter is sent to the referrer and advice given regarding where an alternative service may be most appropriate to meet the person's needs.

For more information view the service leaflet:

East Yorkshire Children's Learning Disability Community Team (pdf 453kb)

Location
Hub School and Specialist Services
Springhead Lane
Anlaby Common
Hull
HU5 5YJ
Parking and accessibility
Outreach services available across the East Riding.
Registered service and regulatory body

The service is registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Staff training and experience

All Nurses are qualified Registered Nurses Learning Disabilities and Registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.

Contact
(01482) 396703
Hub School and Specialist Services
Springhead Lane
Anlaby Common
Hull
HU5 5YJ
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Description

The team provide assessment and intervention for children/young people with learning disabilities and associated significant emotional and behavioural needs.

The support may include direct work with the child/young person and/or work with parent/carers.

Who is the service for (ie threshold)

The team only works with children with a Learning Disability who are registered with an East Riding GP.

For children and young people with learning disabilities and associated significant emotional and behavioural needs, and this may include:

  • Behaviours that are challenging to others
  • Behaviours that cause harm to themselves
  • Anxiety and/or low mood that significantly impacts daily functioning.

They are a specialist service therefore will expect that universal and targeted services have been accessed.

Who can refer a child or young person?

Any professional involved with the young person, but not parents/young people directly.

How do you refer?

By referral form which can be obtained by emailing hnf-tr.childrenlearningdisabilityteam@nhs.net OR
Via CAMHS Hull & East Riding Contact Point:
Telephone number: (01482) 303810
Online referral form: smartsurvey.co.uk/s/EastRidingContactPoint/

No referral will be progressed without a consent form.

What happens after a referral is made?

The referrals are discussed every week at the referral meeting and a decision is made if further information is needed, a triage may then take place or it is placed on a waiting list.

A letter is sent to parents/carers/GP/school nurses and referrer to inform them of the outcome.

What happens if a child/young person is not accepted for treatment following a referral?

A letter is sent to the referrer and advice given regarding where an alternative service may be most appropriate to meet the person's needs.

For more information view the service leaflet:

East Yorkshire Children's Learning Disability Community Team (pdf 453kb)

Age
5-18
Who is this for?
  • Anyone with a learning disability