Looking for a unique, valuable, and rewarding career working with people with a learning disability?
Join our health and social care workforce – there is a role for you.
“The focus is not on ‘making people better’. It’s about enabling each person to reach their full potential, increase their independence, and enjoy an improved quality of life”
Over 1.2 million people in England have a learning disability. To ensure people with a learning disability have access to the health and social care they need, it’s vital to have the right people in the right roles.
There is a huge range of roles across health and social care specialising in working with people with learning disabilities. We will help you find a role to suit you.
Why should you join us?
When it comes to healthcare, people with a learning disability often experience poorer access and outcomes. We encourage people to enter learning disability services in a variety of roles.
A wide range of roles working with people with learning disabilities can be found across health and social care. These roles support people to live happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives. People are needed across health and social care to offer this support.
Find a role to suit you
There are roles in learning disability health and social care to suit a range of skills and interests. There are many opportunities to train, progress, and excel in your field. Find out about careers in learning disability nursing, social care, social work, psychiatry, psychology, and other professions including therapists, dietitians, podiatrists and clinical researchers.