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Community Occupational Therapy & Rehabilitation

Intensive support to help you gain your independence

Community Occupational Therapy

Community Occupational Therapists support people with temporary but significant levels or enduring loss of physical function in daily living skills.

This could include:

  • If you cannot access your home to be independent in essential daily tasks,
  • Rehabilitation following a stroke
  • People at end of life
  • People who are been living in a temporary community care placement who are returning home
  • People with moving and handling difficulties

Our Community Occupational Team take referrals for adults in the above circumstances and also for children who have housing access needs to essential facilities.

Our team may be referred in by a healthcare professional or you can self-refer by completing a self-assessment questionnaire to check eligibility.

Even if you are not eligible for this service, we will be able to signpost you to local suppliers who may be able to help you.

If you want more information or an assessment of your needs please contact the Single Point of Access on 01472 256 256 or email A3TeamPublic@nhs.net

Core Rehabilitation Team

The Core Rehabilitation Team comprises of two of the range of Allied Health Profession (AHP) Services, specifically Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy. Core Rehabilitation services comprises of staff employed by Care Plus Group and Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust working in partnership.

We provide:

  • Direct clinical interventions – assessment of need; Person Centred Goal Planning and a range of interventions including treatment, minor and major housing adaptations, loan of equipment and moving and handling solutions for children and adults with a primary physical disability.
  • Input into research, audit and service evaluations.
  • Teaching and training in the use of equipment, moving and handling techniques and therapeutic interventions.
  • Practice placements for professional pre-registration training programmes.
  • Consultancy and specialist advice to service commissioners and other agencies.
  • Continuing professional development support and opportunities to Therapy services staff.

All referrals are through the Single Point of Access on 01472 256 256

Location

The Val Waterhouse Centre
41-43 Kent Street
Grimsby
DN32 7DH

Contact us

01472 256 256 (Single Point of Access)
A3TeamPublic@nhs.net

Opening Hours

24 hour, 365 days a year

Accessing this Service

Via healthcare professional or self-referral following completion of assessment questionnaire

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