If you have had a stay in hospital or re-enablement unit, such as the Beacon, our Home Team provide support and guidance to help you make a successful and safe move back into your own home.
The Home Team provide comprehensive assessment and case management support to individuals in hospital or in intermediate tier services, such as rehabilitation units.
The team work closely with NAViGO (Mental health services) and Diana Princess of Wales Hospital to support people and promote their independence, re-enablement, health and wellbeing.
The Home Team act as co-ordinators of the various care professionals and support agencies that need to be involved in the decision making, with you and your family, as to the best way to continue your care following discharge from hospital, through your recovery and ideally back into your own home.
The Home Team is made up of multi-disciplined practitioners including Nurse Practitioners, Social Worker and Admission and Discharge coordinators. It is available to adults residing in North East Lincolnshire.
If, following your assessment you aren’t able to remain at home, you may be offered a short-term placement at the Beacon Rehabilitation and Enablement unit, or one of Care Plus Group’s Recovery and Recuperation beds in the community.
If this is the case, throughout your stay you will be participating in your individual care plan that we have designed to promote and maximise your independence with the ultimate goal of getting you back into your own home.
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