DSR and C(E)TR policy and guide update

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Dynamic Support Register (DSR) and Care (Education) Treatment Review (C(E)TR) policy and guide update:

Care (Education) Treatment Reviews C(E)TRs

A C(E)TR is a meeting bringing together those responsible for commissioning and providing services (including nurses, social workers, local authority representatives, such as from housing and education, and health and social care commissioners) together with independent clinical opinion and those with lived experience of learning disabilities and/or autism, which includes people with a learning disability and/or autistic people and their family carers.

Dynamic Support Registers (DSRs)

A Dynamic Support Register (DSR) is the tool used in a local area to identify individual children, young people and adults with a learning disability, autism or both who are at risk or may become at risk of admission to a mental health inpatient setting without specific and timely Dynamic Support.

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