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Specialist support services


The aim of the Dudley Autism Partnership is to raise the profile of adults with autism and Aspergers syndrome and to ensure that better services are delivered to meet their needs. The group also oversees the implementation of the Autism Strategy for the Borough.   find out more about autism

Disability Support Team

The team works with younger (16-64 years) people with long-term severe or complex physical impairments, including neurological conditions and acquired brain injury. The team help by providing improved care and health outcomes, individual choices and action plans for their clients. The team are drawn from different professional backgrounds and while not providing 'hands on' therapy, nursing, or social work, the skills of the team are invaluable in making sure that clients are given the information or referred to appropriate health and social care services if required.  find out more about the disability support team

Mental health

Mental Health Services for Dudley are provided by Dudley and Walsall Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust. The Trust provides a wide range of integrated mental health services to children, adults and older people across the communities of Dudley and Walsall. Services are provided across the community as well in three acute hospitals including Bushey Fields Hospital in Dudley. find out more about mental health

People with learning disabilities

We provide information and support to help people with learning disabilities and their families.  find out more about people with learning disabilities

Services for people with a hearing impairment

Dudley maintains a register of people that are Deaf, hearing impaired or who have a dual sensory loss. The Deaf Support Service aims to enable hard of hearing, Deaf and dual sensory impaired people to lead independent and fulfilled lives.  find out more about services for people with a hearing impairment

Vision Support Service

The Vision Support Service holds the register of people who have been registered either Blind or Partially Sighted. However, the actual registration can only be completed by an Ophthalmologist. The Vision Support Service will respond to requests from people with any sight problem - registration is not a requirement for the service.  find out more about the vision support service