Care, Education and Treatment Reviews
Find out how we are working to ensure young people with learning disabilities or autism do not spend time in hospital unnecessarily.
Care, Education and Treatment Reviews (CETRs) form part of of NHS England’s Transforming Care commitment. They are offered to young people under the age of 18 who have learning disabilities, autistic spectrum conditions or both, and who are in mental health hospital placements, at risk of admission or are receiving Day Patient care.
CETRs work to ensure that a young person is not admitted to hospital unnecessarily or, if the young person requires admission, to ensure that their stay is as short as possible.
We work with local providers to identify those children and young people who are at risk of admission. The aim of the CETR is to bring a person-centred and individualised approach to ensuring that the care, education and treatment needs of the young person are met and barriers to progress are challenged and overcome.
For more information on Care, Education and Treatment Reviews for young people, please contact:
Children’s Continuing Care Team
NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire ICB