Short Term Support and Rehabilitation Team
We provide short-term support to help people recover or cope after a decline in health, an injury or an illness.
We encourage adults to achieve maximum independence, health and wellbeing. Services may include:
- Rebuilding or improving your strength and mobility through exercise
- Learning or re-learning skills
- Providing equipment, such as a raised toilet seat, or minor adaptations to your home, such as grab rails or stair rails
- Support to help you manage personal care (washing and dressing) and other daily tasks such as meal preparation
- Advice and referrals to other services as needed.
The people we can help are:
- Residents in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, or registered patients at a GP based in the Borough.
- Adults, aged 18 and up.
- In need of intensive therapy and rehabilitation or social care support.
- Well enough to be supported at home.
- In need of short-term help (up to six weeks; often as little as one-two weeks or less).
- Willing to give consent to a support plan, with realistic jointly-agreed goals. This plan could include specialist therapy and rehabilitation services.
- People who cannot consent can involve their friends and family, advocates, or other professionals in the decision to accept services.
We aim to:
- Provide safe, effective and appropriate social care, physiotherapy and occupational therapy to meet the needs of people living at home
- Prevent unnecessary admissions and re-admissions to hospital
- Help hospitals to discharge people in a timely manner
- Reduce the number of people admitted into long-term care
- Rehabilitate people to reduce the number suffering from falls.
Care Quality Commission (CQC)
These services are registered with and inspected by the Care Quality Commission, the independent regulator of Health and Social Care Services in England www.cqc.org.uk
For further information on services and a link to the latest CQC rating and inspection of this service, please see below: