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Learning Disability Services

CPG – The Adult Learning Disability Service (ALDT)

Queen Street Centre, Queen Street, Grimsby,
DN31 1QG

Available Monday – Friday, 9am – 4.30pm.

Provides a range of services for adults with learning disabilities.

This service is based at the Queen Street Centre in central Grimsby and incorporates;

  • Community Learning Disability Team (CLDT)
  • Intensive Support Team (IST)
  • Adult Learning Disability (ALD) Psychology Service
  • Carers Support Service

The ALDS is for adults and young people in transition who have a learning disability, autism and/or complex needs, their families, carers and supporters.

CPG – Cromwell Road Day Centre

Cromwell Road Day Centre, 402 Cromwell Road, Grimsby,
DN31 2BN

Available for service users: Monday – Thursday, 8.30am – 4pm / Friday, 8.30am – 3pm
Available for office hours: Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm 

A range of therapeutic services and activities for people with disabilities or complex needs.

Based at Cromwell Road Day Centre, Grimsby, day services provide a wide range of activities and support for adults with disabilities or complex needs.

Day services provide the support, activities and stimulation to help this transition as a young person moves into the next phase of their life.

You can be assessed to identify if you eligible for a funded service via Single Point of Access. You can also access our services independently as a private client (charges apply)

Contact information

01472 266967

Single Point of Access: 01472 256256

www.careplusgroup.org/services/cromwellroaddayservices

Linkage Choices – Adult Day Services

Weelsby Hall, Weelsby Road, Grimsby,
DN32 9RU

Linkage is a registered charity which provides a high standard of care, specialist further education and employment services to enable people with learning disabilities to realise their full potential. 

We focus our support delivery on four main areas: health and well-being; employability; independence; and friendship, relationships and community.

Contact information

For Weelsby or East Riding sites: 07879 451034

linkagechoices@linkage.org.uk

www.linkage.org.uk/linkage-choices/linkage-choices-grimsby-site

Adult Autism Service – NAViGO/CPG

Neurospace, Queen Street, Grimsby,
DN31 1QG

Available Monday – Thursday, 9am – 5pm / Friday, 9am – 4.30pm.

The Adult Autism Service is able to offer a full range of services for Autistic Adults, including specialist Autism Diagnostic Assessment for adults who, for a variety of reasons, may not have been diagnosed as a child, and support to enable autistic adults to live the life they want.

The following services are offered by the Adult Autism Service in North East Lincolnshire:

  • Diagnostic Assessment
  • Support with Diagnosis
  • Emotional Support
  • Support with Medication
  • Support to Access Local Services
  • Walk the Walk
  • Support the Supporters
  • Special Interest Groups
  • Adult Autism Forums (AAF) and Autism Cafe
 

Contact information

01472 571100

Autism Diagnostic Service Email: cpg.autismdiagnosticservice@nhs.net

Autism Support Service Email: cpg.aas@nhs.net

Carers Wellbeing Team – CPG

Queen Street Centre, Queen Street, Grimsby,
DN31 1QG

A team of 4 carer wellbeing workers supporting carers who aid people over the age of 60, or who have a learning or physical disability. Providing emotional and practical support.

Carers Wellbeing Team Leaflet

NEL Carers Guide

Referral Form (printable)

Referral Form (Word)

SEND North East Lincolnshire

The Local Offer in North East Lincolnshire the place that provides and directs you to information that will support children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

It helps parents, children and young people aged 0 – 25 years find information about specialist and targeted services and activities in North East Lincolnshire.

Local Offer Explained

Barnardo’s SENDIASS

11 Dudley Street, Grimsby,
DN31 2AW

Special Educational Needs & Disabilities Independent Advisory Support Service (SENDIASS) provide free confidential impartial support and advice for parents, carers, children and young people 0 – 25 years.

Impartiality Statement

North East Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum – NELPCF

NELPCF is a collective voice for parent carers of children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in North East Lincolnshire. They make sure that parents’ views and experiences influence local services to make things better.

Careers advice

Collection of opportunities for jobs, careers, training and experiences for young people aged 13 – 19 (or 25 for those with additional needs).

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