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Dynamic support register and care, (education) and treatment reviews

Care (education) and treatment reviews

A care and treatment review (CTR) is for adults with a learning disability and/or autism.

A care, education and treatment review (CETR) is for children and young people (ages 0-18 years) with a learning disability and/or autism. It is different to a CTR because it includes educational needs.

C(E)TRs are for people who are at risk of going into hospital or who are already in hospital. They are a chance for the person to share what matters to them and their thoughts about their care and treatment.

Key lines of enquiry

Each review will follow the appropriate key lines of enquiry for whether the person is:

  • A child or an adult
  • In hospital or not

The key lines of enquiry are sets of questions asked to the person. Asking these questions aims to help understand their needs. This will help determine the right support they need.

Go to the NHS England website to read and download the key lines of enquiry for children, adults, child inpatients and adult inpatients with easy read versions.

How to get a C(E)TR

Norfolk and Waveney integrated care board (ICB) are responsible for arranging C(E)TRs.

A request for someone to have a C(E)TR can come from:

  • The person themselves
  • Their family, carer, advocate
  • The team that supports them in the community or in hospital

The person will only get a C(E)RT if their support needs show that they should have one.

Contact Norfolk and Waveney ICB to request a C(E)TR or more information

Guidance and resources from NHS England


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