Maximising the potential of reablement

SCIE Guide 49

Published: May 2013

Review date: May 2016

Reablement improves outcomes, restores people's ability to perform usual activities and improves their perceived quality of life. On evidence to date, there is a high probability that reablement is cost-effective.

Based on evidence from research and practice, this guide provides recommendations for maximising the potential of reablement in improving people’s outcomes and delivering a cost-effective service across health and social care.

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