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Telephone

01274 436684

Address

Valley View (school side) Lister Lane , Bradford, BD2 4LL

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Specialist Behavioural Services

What does it do?

Children's Community Support Team (C.C.S.T) - Provides behaviour support for children and young people with learning disability and challenging behaviour.  An in depth holistic assessment of the young person is conducted in all environments that they access. We work flexibly and directly in the child/young person’s home to model strategies with families on how to understand and manage their young person’s behaviour more effectively.  They will need an active social worker to make the referral

Asperger Community Support Team (A.C.S.T) Provides behaviour support for children and young people with a diagnosis of High Functioning Autism/Aspergers and challenging behaviour.  An in depth holistic assessment of the young person is conducted in all environments that they access.  We work flexibly and directly in the children’s home to model strategies with families on how to understand and manage their young person’s behaviour more effectively.  Anyone can refer into the service, referrals will not be processed without a copy of the multi-agency diagnosis summary report.

Sleep Clinic (S.C) Provides a sleep assessment and strategies for children and young people with a learning disability and sleep disturbance.  We offer advice, strategies and a full sleep programme to improve the sleep quality of the young person. They will need an EH Worker/social worker to make the referral.

Psychological Service (P.S Behaviour) Provides behaviour support for children and young people within LAC with a diagnosis of FASD who present challenging behaviour.  An in depth holistic assessment of the young person is conducted in all environments that they access. We work flexibly and directly in the child/young person’s home to model strategies with families on how to understand and manage their young person’s behaviour more effectively. They will need an active social worker to make the referral – referrals will not be processed without a copy of the diagnosis summary report.

The age criteria for all the services listed above is 5-18 (17 at point of referral).  We will only take those young people that we have not worked with previously up to the age of 16.  This is due to the length of the assessments and relationship building.

Who is it for?

CCST Parents of children with Complex health and disability with behaviours that challenge. They will need a social worker to make the referral ACST Parents of children with a diagnosis of High Functioning Autism/Aspergers and behaviours that challenge. Parents, Education, Health professionals, young person themselves can make a referral to this service SLEEP CLINIC Parents of children with a complex health need and learning disability who have sleep disturbance. They will need a social worker to make the referral PS Foster Carers/SGO/Adopters of children and young people in the LAC system who may need a diagnosis of FASD. They will need a social worker to make the referral.

How do I access it?

Contact Specialist Behaviour Service on 01274 436685/01274 436683 to discuss the referral.

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