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Children's Community Learning Disabilities Nursing Team - Behaviour Support

How we provide a service to families, carers and professionals to meet the needs of children and young people with learning disabilities.

The children's community learning disabilities nursing team is a specialised service, which works with families to meet the behavioural needs of children and young people with learning disabilities in Suffolk.

The information that we collect and use for SystmOne health data, and your rights regarding your information is available in this privacy notice.

You can download our team information leaflet (PDF, 189KB).

How we can help

The types of behaviours that the team can assist with may include:

  • anger/aggression
  • anxiety
  • sleeping
  • meal time management
  • daily living
  • cooperating with routine
  • adolescence/puberty
  • sexuality
  • menstruation
  • self esteem
  • mental health
  • continence management and promotion

Where we can help

We aim to help children and young people with learning disabilities by providing specific, time-limited behaviour support interventions based on assessed need.

These interventions can come about through:

  • home, school and community visits
  • short break services
  • group work
  • clinic based appointments

Contact us

We are based in 2 locations in Suffolk:

East base

  • Address: Allington Clinic, 427 Woodbridge Road, Ipswich  IP4 4ER
  • Call 01473 264801

West base

  • Address: Child Health Centre, Hospital Road, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk  IP33 3ND
  • Call: 01284 741777

In the sections below you will find some useful resources and information. If you have access to a printer you may find it useful to print some of these out. If you do not have access to a printer, please contact us via the above telephone numbers or send us an email to: We will be happy to send copies out to you. 

Service rated as 'good' by Care Quality Commission

On 6 July 2021 the Care Quality Commission rated our service as 'good'. Click here for the report and overview of the inspection

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