Progress Lifeline


Self referral, Disability, Mental Health, Chorley Residents, Adults at risk of admission to Hospital (non-medical), Adults with a history of Falls over 18 and Living in Chorley, Adults with a learning disability, Health Visitors and School Nurses, Social engagement and social inclusion support, Adults at risk of admission to hospital, Vulnerable Adults, Early Intervention and Prevention, South Ribble Residents, Home Care/Aids/Adaptations, Improved health/capacity to manage, Hospital Discharge, Social Prescribing, Older People, Social Isolated, Community Support during isolation, Younger People, Dementia assistance, Hospital Discharge, Independence at home or outside the home, Blind or Sight Impaired, Deaf or Hard of Hearing


At Progress Lifeline, we provide a range of telecare sensors that can be installed in homes to protect those who live alone or are vulnerable in any way. Our products are designed to sense danger in the home or vulnerability to falls and identify the need for assistance. These sensors are all linked to our 24/7 Alarm Receiving Centre where our extremely friendly and helpful team will check you are safe and call the appropriate help if needed. We also provide an Emergency Response Service. The emergency responders are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to visit you if you are in need, or if we cannot confirm you are safe following an activation. Our responders will get to you within 60 minutes, although our average is normally 35 minutes. Progress Lifeline can also monitor people outside of the home with our GPS device which can be worn as a pendant or a key-fob. The GPS device, named The Footprint can provide extra reassurance inside and outside the home or if a person does not have a telephone line they can use this for connection to our Alarm Receiving Centre. Offices are open Monday to Friday 9-5pm Alarm Receiving Centre is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

03333 204 999


21 King Street, Leyland, Lancashire, PR25 2LW

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Chorley & South Ribble Adult Learning Disability Team


Adults with a learning disability


To refer to this service a full referral form needs to be completed  Please download and make a copy before completing and then attach to Refernet record  Link to downloadable Referral form The Adult Learning Disability team provides specialist support to adults with a learning disability who have additional health needs. The team consists of the following professionals: Nurses Psychiatrist Psychologist Speech therapist Physiotherapist Occupational therapist The team works with individuals who have additional health needs and offers a range of specialist interventions as well as working with other health services to support the individual to access those services with reasonable adjustments. Specialist interventions can include assessment and intervention in the following areas: Challenging behaviour Complex health needs Mental health (or support access to mainstream adult mental health Communication Eating and drinking (dysphagia) Occupational performance Aids/adaptions for independent living Mobility Postural care Exercise programes to support functioning of the individual Initial contact will be by letter and will be issued within 14 days of receipt of referral Referral timescales: Initial assessment within 4-6 weeks of receipt of referral.

01772 644130


Civic Centre, Union Street, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 1AL

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