We offer short-term mental health and challenging behaviour services to adults with a learning disability who are living in the community. Our service is for adults aged over 18 with a diagnosis of a learning disability. Our multidisciplinary teams include:
Our specialist interventions and recommendations are designed to meet the needs of individuals and their key supporters, which we identify through multi-disciplinary assessment and formulation.
We aim to deliver this support in the safest and most therapeutic environments, to reduce unnecessary admissions to inpatient services. We also support timely and effective discharges where people have required a period of inpatient care.
Accessing our service
To access this service please contact the relevant team between 8am and 8pm (seven days a week including bank holidays) on:
ICATT may signpost you to a professional in your Community Learning Disability Team in the first instance as this is the initial part of the ICATT care pathway.
Contact the relevant team on the numbers above. If there is no one available, you can leave a message. The answer machine is accessed regularly if staff are out, and your call will be responded to as soon as possible.
Outside of office hours (after 8pm until 8am) please contact your GP service, NHS 111, or in an emergency attend your local Accident and Emergency (A&E) department.
Referrals to ICATT can only be made by a health or social care professional.
You can request a referral form and have a discussion with the team if you ring the relevant office.
Health professionals can also make referrals by telephone if preferred.
Richard Bryant – ICATT South
Louisa Carlan – ICATT North
Service commissioned by Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Clinical Commissioning Group