Community Team for People with a Learning Disability (CTPLD)

The Community Team for People with Learning Disabilities (CTPLD) works closely with other agencies including statutory, voluntary and private organisations.

Who is eligible for the service?

Adults with learning disabilities and their families/carers who are resident in the Bracknell Forest area and/or registered with a Bracknell doctor.

How do we work?

We are a joint team and provide a coordinated service which is based at Time Square in Bracknell. We have a weekly meeting where individuals are referred to the most appropriate professional within the team who will then assess eligibility for the service. We aim to hold regular reviews to monitor input and to ensure that the person and their carer receives the best possible service from us.

What support can we give?

Bracknell CTPLD is made up of a wide range of professionals including:

  • a social care team
  • psychiatrists
  • learning disability nurses
  • health community support workers
  • social care community support workers
  • dieticians
  • speech and language support
  • admin support
  • occupational therapists
  • physiotherapists
  • psychology with behavioural specialists

The support we can provide covers a wide range of needs and includes:

  • physical health issues
  • mental health issues
  • person centred planning
  • community integration into mainstream services
  • support with housing problems
  • communication skills support
  • new skills development
  • approaching adulthood

Referrals to CTPLD

When we receive a referral the individual is discussed at a team meeting. If the decision is made that support is needed, a member of our team will visit you and discuss whether you feel we can help.

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