If you are Deaf and live in West Yorkshire, we may be able to help you.
Our CQC (Care Quality Commission) registered outreach service supports Deaf adults, especially Deaf adults with mental health illnesses.
We can assist with managing finances, developing self care and daily living skills, maintaining relationships, integration into the community, and access to healthcare, either establishing links with health professionals or accessing interpreting services.
We take referrals from GPs, local authorities and social workers, or, if you think you can benefit from our service, you can contact us directly.
Leeds Outreach Service, 2 Constance Way, Leicester Way, LS7 1HX
Phone: 0113 245 7991
Text: 0113 245 7992
Manager: Sue Gill
How to start your outreach support
After you, or a care provider, has got in contact we will send you a referral form. Please make sure it is completed, then we can organise a face-to-face assessment. Together we can work out a personal plan for the kind of support you need.
A member of our team will then begin supporting you in whatever way we’ve agreed. Over time two or three members of staff will support you, one at a time.
The first step is to make contact, and the details of how to do that are in the box further up this page.
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