Dynamic support register

What is the dynamic support register?

People on the Dynamic Support Register, which is sometimes called a DSR, are at risk of going to a mental health hospital if they do not get the right care and treatment in the community.

The DSR tells health and care staff about the type of support a person with a learning disability or an autistic person needs to stay well at home.

The DSR is different from the Learning Disability and Autism Register, which can, for example, provide access to extra support when you visit the doctors.

Where can I find more information?

More information on the Dynamic Support Register and information on self-referral can be found at:

How can I refer myself to this? 

If you think you need extra support, you can refer yourself to the DSR by completing the relevant form below:

When the form is completed, you can return it using one of these email addresses:

The information you provide will be considered and we will let you know if you meet the criteria to be added to the DSR.

If you do not meet the criteria, we will signpost you to support which may help you.

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