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Sunday 21 July 2019
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Our services

This section provides information for patients and their relatives / carers on our services, for additional details please see our teams section or view our further information area for information which isn't contained here.

 

We hope that you will find the pages useful and helpful.

 

  • Home. Independent elderly. Woman seated in chair. Smiling. Grey hair and purple shirt. Smile Accessible accommodation serviceIf you are unable to use your home properly because of a disability, we may be able to adapt your home do building works to your home so that you can continue to use it.
  • Adult care and support directory Adult care and support directorySearch for support groups, activities, things to do and health and social care services, to help you stay well, stay happy and to manage long-term conditions.
  • Young girl sat in home promoting activity and social interaction Care on CallWith Care on Call there is no need for citizens to worry about being at home alone. Help is available at the touch of a button, if they have a fall or any other medical emergency or if they need any assistance. Care on Call is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year.
  • Therapy Session Community Occupational TherapyIf you have difficulties with everyday living tasks, you may be referred to community occupational therapy. Once your needs have been assessed and if you meet the eligibility criteria, we will give you a copy of our recommendations. These will list some of the ways we can meet your needs.
  • A woman sitting in a wheelchair using her hands, holding a needle and woollen thread. Tapestry. A man in the background. Equipment serviceWe work closely with community occupational therapy, accessible accommodation service and the wheelchair service to provide people with comprehensive solutions to mobility and carrying out everyday tasks.
  • male patient in bed being examined by a Dr. Credit: Mike Robinson Hospital discharge social work serviceIf you have had a stay in hospital and lost confidence, skills or ability to carry out everyday living tasks, we will visit you while you are still in hospital to assess what care and support you will need to have a safe discharge from hospital back home.
  • Carer and Female Service user stirring cake mixture. A female member of staff, a mature woman and a young woman in th kitchen cooking. Intermediate Home Support ServiceWe visit people at home to identify how we can best support them and agree short-term, personalised, reablement programmes with clearly defined outcomes. Each programme lasts no more than six weeks, but can be as short as two weeks.
  • A wheel chair user, sitting in his chair, checking the loaded contents of the van before setting off on his delivery round. Adapted modified vehicle for use by a disabled person. Working with disability. Disabled people in the work place. Wheelchair serviceWe provide wheelchairs to people with significant, long-term walking difficulties. We assess people of all ages for wheelchairs which can range from a basic wheelchair to specialist buggies or moulded seats.