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The Pioneering Care Partnership (PCP) improves lives by creating opportunities to improve the health, wellbeing and life chances of disadvantaged communities.
01325 321 234
Set in 7 acres of rural countryside, yet only just outside Durham City, LionMouth rural Centre (CIC) is a safe place where those with mental health, social or learning difficulties can take part in meaningful activities in the following areas: gardening and horticulture carpentry and…
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Care, Education and Treatment Reviews (CETR) are focused on children and young people whom either have been, or may be about to be, admitted to a specialist mental health and/or learning disability hospital either in the NHS or in the independent sector. The CETR brings…
Continuing Health Care is an arrangement equivalent to CCC for people over the age of 18 years but is slightly different. To be eligible for NHS Continuing Health Care a person must be assessed by a multi-disciplinary team of health care professionals who will look…
The SEND Code of Practice recommends the provision of either a Designated Medical Officer or a Designated Clinical Officer. Across County Durham, a permanent Designated Clinical Officer (DCO), was appointed in 2019 and is employed by North East and North Cumbria Integrated Care System. The…
There is a variety of services available to help children, young people and families with mental health and emotional wellbeing matters. See our website for details and contact information.
The aim of Personal Health Budgets (PHB) is to allow individuals to personalise their care in terms of what they receive, how and when it's received, within the limits of a pre-agreed care plan and budget. Currently PHBs are only available for those intitled to…
It is important that everyone over the age of 14 who is on their doctor's learning disability register has an annual health check.  Your carer can check for you if you are on the register.  These checks are free and can help you stay well…
This service is similar to CETR but for young people above school age – up to 25. Care and Treatment Reviews (CTR) were introduced in October 2015 as part of Transforming Care; NHS England’s commitment to improving care of people of all ages with learning…
Integrated care is about giving people the support they need, joined up across local councils, the NHS, and other partners. It removes traditional divisions between hospitals and family doctors, between physical and mental health, and between NHS and council services. In the past, these divisions…
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