What is Learning Disability?
Learning disability is a lifelong condition that affects the way a person understands new or complex information, ability to learn new skills, how they communicate and their ability to cope independently.
The degree of Learning Disability can very considerably and can be classified as mild, moderate, severe and profound.
How can you help patients with learning disability?
At CBT & Neuropsychology Centre we specialise in diagnosing learning disability and providing guidance on type and level of support required for a patient. Some people with learning disability may also have challenging behaviour and/or mental health conditions, such as anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), depression etc. We provide adapted cognitive behavioural therapy to help treat these conditions and develop coping techniques. We also provide psychological support and necessary training to family members and carers.
If you would like to book learning disability assessment or an adapted therapy session please call on 020 7206 2686.
If you are a professional and would like to refer your patient or client for learning disability assessment or adapted therapy please contact us for further information.