SPLD Learning Disabilities Nursing

Grosvenor Nursing has nurses and other healthcare staff to help families with SPLD Learning Disabilities. Grosvenor is one of the UK’s leading nursing agencies for mental health care services. It provides high quality healthcare staff nationwide through its network of offices.

The umbrella term ‘specific learning difficulties’ (SPLD) is used to cover a wide variety of difficulties. Many people use it synonymously with dyslexia (a difficulty with words), but it is now generally accepted that dyslexia is only one of a group of difficulties that may include:

  • Dysgraphia: writing difficulty
  • Dyspraxia: motor difficulties
  • Dyscalculia: a difficulty performing mathematical calculations
  • Attention deficit disorder, or attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADD or ADHD): concentration difficulties with heightened activity levels and impulsiveness
  • Asperger’s syndrome and autism: emotional behaviour or even social communication difficulties.

Nursing and care staff at Grosvenor Nursing undergo a detailed compliance process of face-to-face interviews and full reference checking. The process of interview includes document checks and evaluation of language skills. The programme is carried out nationally, in most major towns and cities in the UK, to ensure the supply of approved staff on a local basis, to meet requests for medical staff nationally, 24-hours a day. 

Comment on this page »


Latest news

AXA PPP healthcare win at UK Customer Experience awards 2015

David Mobbs retires as CEO of Nuffield Health

King's victorious at World Transplant Games

SPLD Learning Disabilities Nursing
Connect with us on:

This site compiles with the HONcode standard for trustworthy health information