Coronavirus easy read information from Public Health England
Just follow the link below for Public Health England’s easy read information on coronavirus
To make a referral to our specialist learning disability health services please use the relevant Single Access Referral Form, which you can find below. This form is designed to capture important information about clinical need, capacity and risk.
North Lincolnshire services:
Hospital Traffic Light Assessments
The Hospital Traffic Light Assessment (TLA) was devised by Gloucestershire NHS Trust and has been adapted and used by many acute trusts in England.
The document appeals to hospital staff, people with learning disabilties and their carers, it is so easy to complete and easy to read. The document remains the property of the patient and they should bring it to every hospital appointment.
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Photo journey booklets
A series of booklets to help people with learning disabilities to access healthcare services and screening, please click the links below to download a free copy:
2012 Self Health Assessment Process
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17 Step Behaviour Risk Management Plan
The 17 Step Plan is a person centred risk management plan designed to support the proactive management of risks associated with challenging behaviour.
The plan should be developed by appropriate professionals in collaboration with the person, their family and advocates. It should be adopted as one part of a more holistic positive approach to supporting the person.
Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)
WRAP is a model of self-management that aims to support recovery and the maintenance of health and wellbeing. It was initially developed by service users in North America and is now recognised as an evidence-based practice. Service users and carers from across RDaSH have asked that the Trust support the development of WRAP so that it can be made available to all service users and carers who choose to apply it in their Recovery.
The learning disability service has developed two accessible versions of WRAP.
The LD WRAP Book was highly commended at the national Care Programme Approach Awards 2012.
The LD WRAP 2 is designed to offer an even more accessible format for service users who prefer a simplified lay out.