This includes community-based services in Bury, Oldham, Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale, Stockport and Tameside and overnight short breaks and supported living services in Bury.
We are committed to providing evidence-based, safe and effective care that is centred around each person’s individual needs and delivers clear outcomes.
The services we provide include:
The key emphasis of the care and support we provide is empowering each service user, along with their family and carers. This aims to ensure they have the necessary skills, knowledge and confidence to effectively self-manage their condition, in partnership with their healthcare professional.
We also work with other healthprofessionals across Pennine Care to ensure services are accessible for people with a learning disability and that we provide whole person care.
Rachel is a Care Co-ordinator with the Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Community Learning Disability Team. Click here to read more about her role.
Gail is a Team Administrator based at Cambeck Close Short Break Service in Bury. Click here to read more about her role.
This includes people with a mental health condition.
It focuses on five key areas of development:
Click here to find out more.
This is to enable the team to look into the circumstances surrounding the person's death and identify if anything could have been done better. This information will then be shared with key partners to enable them to improve services.
Anyone can report a death, including a professional, a family member or a friend.
Full details of how to report a death are provided in the attached leaflet.
Click here for an easy read version of the leaflet.