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Health (adulthood)

Find out about health services on offer within Wiltshire for those in the SEND community.

Transition to adult services

There are many services which provide support up to 18 years of age. If you are already working with a service, they should work with you to transition to the appropriate adult services as required.

For health services available up to 18 years, please visit the following page: 0 to 18 years, Health Services

Community Team for People with learning disabilities (CTPLD)

One of the key services you may find helpful when you reach 18 is CTPLD

The CTPLD supports people who have a learning disability, are over 18 years old, and need support to live or to manage their lives. They work closely with individuals, and their carers, to help maintain or improve their quality of life, health, and wellbeing. The service is provided jointly with our Wiltshire Council Adult Social Care colleagues.

They also support carers, and other health professionals and providers, with managing people's health needs.

The CTPLD can arrange a variety of services from a Direct Payment, to support in people's own homes, short breaks (respite care), and day services. The team work with adults with a learning disability who have complex needs, behaviours, and autism, who require highly specialised support and services.

For more information and their referral process visit CTPLD.

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