Our multi-disciplinary service supports adults and with disabilities and their carers to live independent, happy and fulfilling lives.
We provide prevention services to help you stay well and remain independent, safeguarding for the most vulnerable, and want ensure everyone has a positive experience of care and support through the delivery of personalised services.
We provide ongoing co-ordination and social work support to people with learning and/or physical disabilities, sensory impairment, acquired brain injury, autism, older people with complex needs and individuals with a level of complexity to their needs that require specialist interventions.
An assessment helps us to understand and agree your needs to ensure we get the right decision about your care and support. Every person using Dudley Disability Service will complete an assessment of need, which will decide if there will be a cost for the support provided. Many services are however provided free of charge.
The Learning Disability and Autism Partnership Board includes people from organisations including social services, police, voluntary sector, health, advocacy, housing and Connexions alongside individuals with learning disabilities/Autism and their family/carers. Their aim is to focus on addressing inequalities for individuals with a disability and developing services to improve their quality of life.
You can also find useful publications on learning disabilities on the Mental Health website.
You can contact us via the Adult Access Team.
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We are committed to providing high quality, affordable services to you. There are times when we do things well and we would love to hear about them! There may also be times when things go wrong and you are left unhappy or dissatisfied. Please help us to ensure we deliver the best quality services appropriate to your needs.