The role of a learning disability nurse is to ensure the complex health needs of children and young adults are being addressed and catered for.
This is why our nursing team consists of Registered Nurses and Health Care Assistants who work in partnership with parents and carers, education staff, residential staff, and other members of our multidisciplinary team both internally and externally to provide a comprehensive, holistic care plan for all of our children and young adults alongside specialist services.
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At Seashell, our aim is to provide comprehensive and efficient family support services which will support children and young people with complex learning difficulties who access our broad range of services.
To achieve this goal, the role of our learning disability nursing team within Seashell includes:
- Health promotion: promotion of health independence and prevention of ill health or accidents
- Evidence based training and advice to all Seashell staff
- Liaison with other specialist services both internally and externally such as GPs, Social Workers, Hospital Specialists and our internal Multidisciplinary Team
- Administration of medication during the school or college day
- Working with families to ensure health needs are met
Our nursing team provides services to support the special education needs and disabilities of our children and young adults. By creating bespoke care plans for each student, our disabilities nurses help each child to develop to their full potential, allowing them to embrace and love life.
Our students benefit from some of the best facilities and equipment in the country to improve their learning outcomes and quality of life. This includes specialist services and a team of expert learning disability nurses who are on hand to protect the health and wellbeing of our students.Find Out More
Seashell provides a comprehensive range of specialist assessment, support, training and consultancy to organisations across the education, health and care sectors. We offer our outreach service to organisations who are supporting children and young people ages 0-25.Find Out More