ACPPLD membership application form
Use this form to apply for membership of the ACPPLD
Information sharing and suicide prevention
Safe Practice in Rebound Therapy
This is a revision of the original CSP Publication PA67 2007
Any queries relating to the paper or practice of rebound therapy should be directed to Debbi Cook, Chair of RTACP Debbi.Cook@derbyshcft.nhs.uk.
Physiotherapy Works poster
There are 2 versions of the poster. the completed poster in PDF format is available for downloading and printing.
There is also a blank template version of the poster for members who wish to populate it with their own case studies
If anyone wishes a partial version of the poster e.g. retaining some
Twitter start up tips
twitter start up guide, hints & tips
Challenging Behaviour - A unified approach
Challenging Behaviour: A Unified Approach – Update is a revised and updated clinical and service guideline for supporting children, young people and adults with learning disabilities who are at risk of receiving abusive or restrictive practice. This guideline is jointly produced by the intellectual
Injury and Fall Prevention for People with Learning Disabilities
Injuries and falls are a serious problem for people with learning disabilities. People with learning disabilities are twice as likely to experience an injury, compared to the general population, and between 6 and 8 times more likely to die as a result of their injury. Falls are the commonest cause o
Postural Management study - preliminary findings
Many of you will be aware of the recent study that Jenny Tinkler has carried out into Postural Management and indeed may have contributed to it. The links below are to some of the preliminary work and hope you find it interesting and useful.
The title of Jenny's study was:
Twenty-four hour postura
NHS England documents - developing LD services
Supporting people with a learning disability and/or autism who display behaviour that challenges, including those with a mental health condition - A Service model for commissioners of health and social care services
Building the right support - A national plan to develop community services and close
Resource - Supporting Dementia in LD 'Jenny's Diary'
Jenny’s Diary is a free booklet and a set of postcards aimed at supporting conversations about dementia with people who have a learning (intellectual) disability. Conversations about dementia are never easy. All dementia strategies in the UK state that everyone is entitled to know of their diagnosis