What Is Hospital Discharge Care?
Hospital discharge care is a term used when a person leaves the hospital once they are sufficiently recovered.
Before a person is discharged, their needs must be assessed so that any support or care services that they need can be arranged before the person leaves the hospital.
Any organisations that will be providing these services must be informed of the timing of the person’s discharge and when they should be visited.
Reablement discharge process also known as NHS step-down beds scheme should include:
- That they are medically fit (this can only be decided by the consultant, or someone the expert has said can make the decision on their behalf).
- An assessment of the person’s needs, living environment and support network
- A written care plan that records these needs
- The support described in your care plan has been put in place, and it’s safe for you to be discharged.
- A system for monitoring and, if necessary, adjusting the care plan to meet any change in needs
- An assessment to see if the person qualifies for NHS continuing health care
Communication and co-ordination with the onward care teams are essential if an unnecessary and often distressing move are to be avoided.
Indeed, many older people are now considering their long-term care before the decision is forced upon them by an unexpected hospital admission.
Putting your needs first
Admission to hospital, whether planned or unexpected, can be a worrying time, particularly for the older person.
It is likely that within a very short time the older person and their family will want to know when they can return home and whether further care will be required.
Enabling you to remain in the home that you love can have an enormous impact on your health, wellbeing and even recovery, you can rely on us to take the time to listen and to ensure that all your needs are met, in the exactly the right way.
A live in care companion can provide practical assistance with the tasks of everyday life – such as preparing meals, shopping, cleaning and personal care.
Being there for you when you’d like to be accompanied to a medical appointment or even taken on a social outing.
Tailor made home from hospital care packages
- Complete 24-hour companion care packages available
- Care breaks for carers
- Respite and overnight care
- Care for younger adults
Live In Reablement Care At Home
Reablement care provides short-term support to help you return home after a hospital stay. Reablement care services are for people with disabilities and those who are frail or recovering from an illness or injury.
The focus of reablement is on restoring independent functioning rather than resolving health care issues. The objective is to help people relearn how to do things for themselves rather than the conventional home care approach of doing things for people. Reablement appears to be welcomed by individuals receiving the service and represents an investment that may produce savings.
Some people may be eligible for social care support with personal care and equipment. If you, a relative or someone you care for needs help to live at home
Specialised hospital discharge care, perfect for all your care needs.