Community Team for People with Learning Disabilities: West (Bourne House)

Service Location

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Disabled Access

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Care Quality Commission

Contact Details

Bourne House
3 Brookfield Close
Ottershaw
Surrey
KT16 0JL

Telephone Number: 01932 876666

Opening Times

Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm (we can be flexible outside of these times where necessary)

Contact Names

Manager: Nicky Palmer

Out of Hours Contact

Trust Switchboard: 0300 55 55 222

Service Description

Our Community Teams for people with Learning Disabilities are joint teams of social care and health staff - made up of social workers, community nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists and a range of therapists.

They carry out assessments of people's health and social needs. They also help plan and arrange care and support for adults with learning disabilities and their carers, and provide a range of specialist health services such as: Occupational therapy; Physiotherapy; Speech and language therapy; Community nursing; Psychology and Psychiatry.

The team can help people with a learning disability gain access to a range of other specialist services such as health, education, day activities, respite care and employment opportunities.

Areas Covered

Runnymede , Spelthorne , Woking

Referral Process

We have open referral process, so anyone can refer. For psychiatry we will require a GP referral. Please contact us to request a referral form.

Referral Criteria

The person must have a learning disability with an IQ of below 70. They must have significant deficits or impairments of social functioning, existing concurrently with related limitations in two or more of the following applicable, adaptive skill areas: communication, self care, home living, social skills, use of community resources, health and safety, leisure and work.

Waiting Times

4 weeks