FREE virtual spotlight events for people with LD, families and care workers

14 Oct, 2021

View and download this leaflet here.


Do you have a Learning Disability?

Are You a Family Carer for Someone aged over 18 with a Learning Disability*?

 Are You a Care Worker supporting People with Learning Disabilities in Residential or Supported Living Services*?


Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Trust Primary Care Liaison Nursing Team are hosting a range of FREE Virtual Learning Disability Events, please see details below:


Learning Disability Services within Surrey and North East Hampshire and Farnham

Wednesday 20th October 12:00-14:00 VIA MICROSOFT TEAMS


Physical Health for People with Learning Disabilities Awareness

Wednesday 17th November 12:00-14:00 VIA MICROSOFT TEAMS


Nutrition for People with Learning Disabilities Awareness

Tuesday 7th December 12:00-13:00 VIA MICROSOFT TEAMS


For Queries, please contact the Primary Care Liaison Nurses on:

*Please note: This event is available to people with learning disabilities, families and Care workers across Surrey and North East Hampshire and Farnham.

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