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Lead service provider/commissioner


South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust

Type of knowledge

Type of knowledge:

Project evaluation

Type of evaluation:

Outcome evaluation

Prevention service description

Glow involves a shared assessment by the service user and Occupational Therapist looking at motivation, habits, routines, and performance ability. This assessment allows service users to self-identify facilitators and barriers to them living at home and within the community. Following assessment the intervention is delivered over 4 months and focusing on enabling self-activities and goals, as previously identified by the service user, through visits in the home and the community.

Within this particular pilot project the intervention was delivered by 3 occupational therapists with 19 service users post-discharge. At the beginning of the intervention all 19 service users demonstrated low activity outside of the home, changes to this baseline were measured, at the end of the intervention, via : • Personal and Social Performance Scale • Time budget diary • Manchester short assessment of quality of life:

Intervention/service type:

Intermediate care and reablement; Support at home; Low-level support

Target client group(s):

Adults with mental health problems

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