Learning disabilities are common in adults and children with neurological differences and vary in severity, affecting cognitive and social behaviour that can affect learning performance and social skills.
The signs of someone experiencing learning disabilities include:
Sonderwell sees you and recognises your ability to learn is different. We aim to support your physical and mental health, integrate and socialise with your local communities, all whilst ensuring you live as independently as possible.
We do this by establishing a supportive environment in which to learn, designed around you, your needs and your abilities. You are encouraged to proactively use your strengths to build self-confidence and become an active member of your community and network.
Sonderwell recognises that there will be challenges to overcome, but that we can support you to achieve your educational and socialisation goals. Our care is tailored to you within your own home, at your own pace, removing barriers to learning and social limitations placed on those with learning disabilities.
Specifically, our learning disability nurses and support workers can assist you with some or all of these activities:
To find out more about complex care support from Sonderwell, we’d be delighted to hear from you. No question is too big or too small and an informal chat is the first step in supporting your research for a care at home provider.