Now Published! Rehabilitation, Reablement and Recovery Quality Guidance Document

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We are pleased to announce the publication of our Wessex Rehabilitation, Reablement and Recovery Quality Guidance Document and Quick Reference Guide.  The Quality Guidance Document gives advice and support for commissioners to ensure that high quality community rehabilitation, reablement and recovery services are provided equitably for adults across the Wessex region.  The guidance does not focus on a particular condition or disease and provides quality principles and requirements across the whole of community rehabilitation, reablement and recovery.   This has been developed in collaboration with a wide range of stakeholders and we are grateful to everyone for their contributions.  The Quick Reference Guide lists the quality requirements included within the Quality Guidance Document.

 

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To download a copy of the Quality Guidance Document click here                       To download a copy of the Quick Reference Guide click here

Now published – Rehabilitation is everyone’s business: Principles and expectations for good adult rehabilitation

This work was developed by the NHS England Improving Rehabilitation Services programme with contributions from a wide range of stakeholders. It is endorsed by the Wessex Rehabilitation Steering Group and Wessex Strategic Clinical Network and supports the Wessex Rehabilitation, Reablement and Recovery Quality Guidance Document in describing the underpinning principles and expectations for good adult rehabilitation.

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To download a copy of this document click here

Next Steps:

Work is in progress to map services across Wessex against the quality requirements and to work with CCGs and Local Authorities to develop plans addressing any gaps.

If you would like any further details please contact Liz Cullen at liz.cullen1@nhs.net.

 

 

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