Results for 'reablement'
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SOCIAL CARE INSTITUTE FOR EXCELLENCE
This briefing provides an overview of the role and principles of reablement in the social care sector. It describes the different models used to deliver reablement, illustrating the shift from traditional home care towards personalised, outcome-focused care. Reablement is a strengths-based, person-centred approach that promotes and maximises independence and wellbeing. The briefing also outlines...
Tower Hamlets London Borough Council
The London Borough of Tower Hamlets provide a multidisciplinary, short-term Reablement service to all adults over 18 in the borough who may have lost confidence, skills or independence following an accident, ill health, a disability or a stay in hospital. The service aims to enable people to relearn life skills, to rebuild their confidence, to facilitate and consolidate their existing abilities and build on their own resources and to enable and promote a healthy lifestyle that is relevant to the individual. This can lead to a reduction or absence in long-term support needed, thereby reducing long-term costs.
SOCIAL CARE INSTITUTE FOR EXCELLENCE, ASSOCIATION OF DIRECTORS OF ADULT SOCIAL SERVICES
A short briefing paper which outlines research and practice evidence about reablement and describes what is required for successful implementation. Sections cover: setting up a reablement service, tips for commissioners, key considerations in providing an efficient and cost effective service. It also presents two case examples of the impact reablement can have on the population and on local
TRAPPES-LOMAX Tessa, HAWTON Annie
Effective reablement is dependent on service users' co-operation and motivation. It therefore needs to be highly responsive to their needs and views. This study offers specific user views about their experiences in different settings and at different stages of reablement, together with their ideas for how it might work better. The study describes the experiences of 42 older people...
FRANCIS Jennifer, FISHER Mike, RUTER Deborah
One in a series of research briefings about preventive care and support for adults. This briefing focuses on reablement services. It summarises the findings from existing research evidence and covers: the outcomes of reablement; people's views about reablement; funding and organisational implications; costs and cost-effectiveness of reablement. The briefing also looks at whether reducing the need...
DOUGHTY Kevin, MULVIHILL Patrick
...implications: The developed digital reablement process can be used to provide vulnerable people with a robust form of risk management.
Practical implications: If telecare services follow the process described in this paper then they will improve the outcomes for their users.
Originality/value: The process described in this paper is the first attempt to produce a robust assessment process for introducing
Stoke on Trent City Council
Community Team Plus involves multidisciplinary health and care teams supporting people across six Stoke on Trent localities to 'help me to help myself to live well'. They are tasked with being accessible, creative, resourceful and helpful.
WAVEHILL SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC RESEARCH, SKILLS FOR CARE
...identified five key approaches to prevention: advice and guidance; physical activity promotion; social prescribing; reablement; and asset-based approaches. For each approach, the report provides a brief outline and examples of good practice. The report also looks at the interplay between prevention and the integration agenda, focusing on new care models, wellbeing teams, and new and emerging job roles
PUBLIC HEALTH ENGLAND
...services aimed at patients with long-term conditions, which use social prescribing and other approaches to put patients in touch with services; health coaching; the BELLA intervention providing self-management support for COPD patients; and a home care reablement service. An accompanying technical report provides further detail of the literature review, selection of the interventions for inclusion
ALLEN Kerry, GLASBY Jon
...source is a recent review of the social and economic benefits of adult social care, commissioned by the Department of Health and Downing Street. This paper identifies and reviews the following 10 prevention strategies: promoting healthy lifestyles; vaccination; screening; falls prevention; housing adaptations and practical support; telecare and technology; intermediate care; reablement; partnership
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