People who need lots of support

​Top tips 

For top tips on supporting and meeting the needs of people with profound and multiple disabilities (PMLD), please view the document below:

  If you'd like a printed copy of the guide, you can reach the health facilitators on the following numbers:

  • 01604 651108
  • 01604 651148

Other useful information

Changing Places

The Changing Places campaign started in 2006 on behalf of people who cannot use standard accessible toilets. This includes people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, motor neurone disease, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, as well as older people. To find out more about the campaign, you can visit the website:

The PMLD Network

The PMLD Network is a group of people committed to improving the lives of people with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD).

Updated budget timeline 2018/19

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