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The role and principles of reablement

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SOCIAL CARE INSTITUTE FOR EXCELLENCE

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Social Care Institute for Excellence

Publication year:

2020

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 elements of effective reablement, which include assessment and goal setting, and managing risk and choice. It is designed for those working in reablement or commissioning it, but may also be useful to carers and people receiving reablement. (Edited publisher abstract)


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