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A Learning Disability Nursing job, also known as a RNLD, is to work with people who have a wide range of physical and mental health conditions. Learning Disability Nurses work in partnership with them and family carers, to provide specialist healthcare. A RNLD's main aim is to support the well-being and social inclusion of people with a learning disability by improving or maintaining their physical and mental health; supporting the person to pursue a fulfilling life. 

We supply Learning Disability Nurses into settings such as adult education, residential and community centres, as well as in patients' homes, workplaces and schools. If you work in a residential setting, you may do shifts to provide 24-hour care.

If you require the provision of nursing and care staff, please contact us

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