• 09 August 2018
  • 2 min read

Lauren Young - Learning Disability Nurse

  • Lauren Young
    RNLD (Learning Disability Nurse)

After seven years of working in care, Lauren realised she wanted to take her passion further and qualify at a professional level.

She's a qualified Learning Disability Nurse and Social Worker.

How to become an RNLD Nurse

Lauren Young provides an insight into Learning Disability Nursing, the qualifications needed, career opportunities, and skills required in order to succeed.

My first day as an RNLD Nurse

Newly qualified RNLD Nurse Lauren Young describes her thoughts and feelings during her first day in her new job.

Choosing between a Learning Disability Nursing job offer from the NHS against the private sector

Weighing up the advantages of both jobs, RNLD Lauren Young explains her dilemma when deciding if she should work for the NHS or for the private sector.

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About the author

  • Lauren Young
    RNLD (Learning Disability Nurse)

I am a qualified Learning Disability Nurse and Social Worker. I first worked with children who have learning disabilities whilst studying classical civilisation in Leeds. After seven years of working in care, I realised I wanted to take my passion further and qualify at a professional level. I am passionate about giving the people I work with, as much independence as possible.

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About the author

  • Lauren Young
    RNLD (Learning Disability Nurse)

I am a qualified Learning Disability Nurse and Social Worker. I first worked with children who have learning disabilities whilst studying classical civilisation in Leeds. After seven years of working in care, I realised I wanted to take my passion further and qualify at a professional level. I am passionate about giving the people I work with, as much independence as possible.