Acute and primary liaison nurses
There are nurses who work with other NHS staff to make sure people with learning disabilities get good care and support.
Acute liaison nurses work with hospitals.
Primary liaison nurses work with GP Surgeries.
You can find out how to contact the liaison nurses on the Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust website.
Community and specialist health support
Community teams for people with learning disabilities assess health and social care needs.
This includes planning care and support for adults with learning disabilities and their carers.
You can find out more about the Community Teams for People with Learning Disabilities on the Surrey and Borders NHS Foundation Trust website.
Behaviour support service
There is an Intensive Support Service for people with learning disabilities that works with community and liaison services to offer personalised car and support people.
You can find out more about the Intensive Support Service on the Surrey and Borders NHS Foundation Trust website.
Flu and Covid vaccinations
Remember to go and get your Covid booster jab when you have received your invitation from your GP surgery. Surrey County Council have lots of additional COVID-19 information.
Also be sure to book in your flu jab, its flu season, and flu can badly affect people with Learning Disabilities and/or Autism. Easy-read flu jab documents (GOV.UK) are available for you to access.
For easy-read health related documents please visit our Health Page on the Learning disability and Autism hub.