The Community Learning Disability Team is a specialist health service for people with learning disabilities, and their carers, living in Sheffield.
We provide specialist health assessments, diagnosis, support and care for people aged 18 and above.
By working alongside other health services in the city we ensure that our service users’ physical and mental health needs are met, and ensure that family and carers are supported in their important roles too.
You can find out more about the support we offer in this easy-read leaflet.
How do I access the service?
We accept referrals from GPs, primary and secondary care services working the city, social care service, voluntary and private sector organisations.
We also accept self-referrals or referrals from carers or family member on behalf of a loved one. This easy-read leaflet explains whether you are eligible for support from our service.
You can take a look at our service eligibility and selection criteria by clicking here.
Forensic Outreach Liaison Service
The Forensic Outreach Liaison Service is a new type of service that supports people aged 18 years and above who have a learning disability or autism or both, who have come into contact with the criminal justice system.
You can find out more about the service by clicking here.
Sharing your feedback on Care Opinion
Care Opinion is an independent organisation that gives you the chance share your experience of using our services, to help us make changes that benefit everyone.
We want you to share honest feedback about our services. Good or bad we want to hear what you think.
You can choose how much detail you want to go into about your personal story, but if there’s anything we could improve on we want to know.
You can give feedback by filling in the form below.