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Learning Disability Service (CAMHS) Waveney

 What help do you offer?

​At Learning Disability (CAMHS) we offer a specialist service for children and young people up to 18 with a diagnosis of learning disability, emotional, behavioural or mental health issues, if you are living in the Waveney District catchment area and registered with a Suffolk GP

 How do I get help from your service?

​We accept referrals from GPs, schools, health visitors and all agencies involved with young people and their families.

 What hours is your service available?

Monday09:00​​17:00
Tuesday​09:00​​17:00
Wednesday​​09:00​17:00
Thursday​​09:00​17:00
Friday​​09:00

​17:00

Outside of working hours you can leave a message on our answerphone. We aim to respond to all messages the next working day.

 What can I expect from you?

​We talk to you and your family to find out about you and how we can help. We may provide individual support which could include play based or talking therapies. If you need medication  we can help support your concerns. We also offer therapeutic support for families.

We aim to be accessible, often seeing you at home or school, unless our clinic is more appropriate. We allow plenty of time for children and young people who may find it difficult to engage with others. We are committed to being focused on children and young people.

 What is the main address of your service?

​1 Airey Close 
Lothingland
Oulton 
NR32 3JQ

 How can I contact you?

​You can contact us on 01502 535043

 What conditions do you treat?

​Emotional, behavioural or mental health issues
Anxiety
Depression
Lack of energy
Lethargy
Low mood
Sadness
Crying
Worrying
Psychosis
Obsession or compulsive disorder
Eating disorders
Self-harm
Severe and challenging behaviour
Conduct problems
Communication difficulties
Attachment problems
Anger management
School refusal
Coping with the effects of violence, sexual abuse or other abuse in the family
Coping with challenges to family life as a consequence of disability 
Neurodevelopment disorders such as Tourette's, ADHD and autistic spectrum disorders

 What support do you offer carers including friends and family?

​We work closely with you and your family, often providing therapeutic support for families.
We support families and carers by providing information and education and by helping them to cope with the challenges to family life which can be a consequence of disability. We also help families to establish their own strategies.

We work closely with other services to ensure that families receive a quality specialist service that respects individual needs, promotes recovery and social inclusion. We hold regular drop in sessions at Warren School to provide information and support to all parents, carers and other professionals.

 Service manager name?

​Andy Goff

 I need help urgently! Who do I call?

People already being treated by our service should call 01502 535000