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Objective C - Approaches to care recognise peoples' strengths and skills

Objective C - Approaches to care recognise peoples' strengths and skills


  • Embedding a strengths-based approach to all social care assessments to make the most of people’s own assets.
  • Regularly reviewing peoples care needs and continued work with providers to ensure that individual strengths and abilities are fully recognised in the care review process.
  • Offering reablement for people leaving hospital through our Homefirst service, with as many people as possible regaining their skills and becoming independent.
  • Offering step up reablement to people who are in the community and perhaps already receive a home care package but may benefit from a brief period of reablement to help increase their independence.
  • Promoting an enablement approach across our contracted Home Care and Extra Care services.
  • Piloting an outcome-based home care approach, which aims to move away from “time and task” oriented approaches, to deliver meaningful outcomes to people building on their own strengths and capabilities.

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