For healthcare settings providing learning disabilities services ensuring you have the most knowledgeable, committed and caring staff is the key to delivering key support. Staff shortages however are particularly common within this sector, but finding the skilled nurses and support workers you can depend on is easy with Bradshaw Bretton.
Our qualified specialist nurses and support workers have years of experience assisting people with learning disabilities. With our help, you can continue offering the high quality support that service users need to live their lives as fully and independently as possible. We understand that it’s not just the support of service users that is important, their families and carers need help too, and that’s where our nurses and support staff come in. Whichever area of your learning disabilities unit you require help with, we can connect you with the most qualified staff for the role you have in mind.
Supporting you to support your service users
We have experience working within all areas of learning disability nursing and support, including in forensic and secure settings, nursing and residential care, supported living, and drop-in and day care centres. Our learning disabilities staff include:
- Registered Learning Disability Nurses (RNLD)
- Special Educational Needs (SEN) support workers
- Social workers
- Occupational therapists
- Family support workers
Quality always comes as standard with Bradshaw Bretton staff. Thanks to our commitment to recruitment, compliance, safeguarding and training, you can be sure to receive help from the most skilled nurses and support staff around. Our Registered Learning Disability Nurses are available, even at short notice, to make a positive contribution to your healthcare setting.
Register to become a part of our team
We are always recruiting, and our network of Registered Learning Disability Nurses (RNLD) and Special Educational Needs (SEN) support workers is something we are keen to expand so we can deliver an even better service to our clients.
Our nurses and support staff play an integral role in providing specialist healthcare and support to people with learning disabilities as well as their families, carers and staff teams. We are proud to be a part of helping service users achieve fulfilling lives, which makes the selection of the staff in our team even more essential.
Register to become a part of the Bradshaw Bretton team today and discover a world of opportunities in the learning disabilities sector.