Knaresborough learning disability service invites people to find out moreKnaresborough learning disability service is holding an open afternoon on Friday 7 April to give people who may access the service in future the opportunity to meet staff and find out more about the services they provide.
Knaresborough learning disability service is holding an open afternoon on Friday 7 April to give people who may access the service in future the opportunity to meet staff and find out more about the services they provide.
Alexander House, located on Ash Tree Road in Knaresborough is opening its doors to the public between 12 and 3pm.
Throughout the event a range of staff including a psychiatrist, community learning disability nurses and therapists, will also be on hand to talk to visitors and answer any questions they might have.
Commenting on the day Lynne Taylor, strategic health facilitation lead for TEWV North Yorkshire learning disability services, said: “The community learning disability team based at Alexander House offer a range of services designed to support the health and wellbeing of people with learning disabilities. We are opening our doors to encourage people who may refer into our service to come along and find out more.”
For further information visit www.tewv.nhs.uk
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