A person does not need a formal learning disability diagnosis in order to access the GPLDR. Guidance, including a checklist, is available to support Primary Care where they believe someone meets the criteria and would benefit from an Annual Health Check (AHC), with the option of using a non-diagnostic SNOMED code to support this process.
It's important to ensure you capture Children and Young People (CYP) in the GLDPR, so that eligible people aren't missed. GPLDR should be reviewed and updated at least annually. New additions to the GPLDR are supported via QOF with four points allocated for new additions.