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South Glos Community Learning Difficulties Team (CLDT)

South Glos Community Learning Difficulties Team (CLDT)

The Community Learning Difficulties Teams (CLDT) are groups of specialist professional staff dealing with learning difficulties in their respective localities.

Who is this service for?

This service is for people living in the South Gloucestershire area or who are registered with a South Glos GP.

How does this service work / what's involved in this service?

  • We share information and decide which professions can best meet the needs of the person who has been referred.
  • We gather background information and carry out assessments in order to make team decisions about the appropriateness of our service for the person.
  • We carry out assessments and interventions in partnership with the person with a learning difficulty whenever possible. They are actively encouraged to be involved in planning intervention and choosing the issues they wish to address.
  • We endeavour to gain the person’s consent and agreement throughout intervention. During intervention we will assess the need to include people who are significant to the person with a learning difficulty and will include them in intervention, if appropriate.

How do I access this service?

CLDTs operate an open referral system. This means that anyone can refer using the form on the right of this page.

In what areas is this service available?

We currently offer this service in the South Gloucestershire area.

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Locations

South Glos CLDT
Phone:
01225 831277
Fax:
01454 862451
Location:
South Glos CLDT
Church House 1 Church Road
Soundwell, Bristol
BS16 4RH
Open:
We are open from 9am - 5pm from Monday to Friday.

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