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Reablement is a short-term support service which helps people regain skills they need for daily living lost due to injuries and health conditions. The majority of people who use our service have just been discharged from hospital.

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Pam’s Story

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We are a short-term assessment service which is goals-led; we support and encourage people to become as independent, confident and capable as they were before whatever health emergency meant that they needed our help.

We are Reablement and Rapid Support, and I am proud to be a reablement worker in that team. I wanted to share what our team as a whole achieves for the hundreds of people who need our help every year.

The main reason for looking at what the team and I do lies with the nature of our service – we can support people from as little as a one-off visit or one to two-day sessions through to extended support while care packages are being put into place.

A person’s journey with Reablement and Rapid Support usually begins with a referral from our close colleagues in Sefton Council’s social care team.

They arrange with our Care Coordinators a plan of care following the person being supported either being discharged from hospital or from the community as part of hospital avoidance.

The next step on the road is to understand what the person in our care needs – and wants – and how their physical environment can help or hinder that progress.

This assessment, undertaken for the most part by our excellent team of Trusted Assessors, feeds into the completed care or goal plan.

Somebody once asked what my day was like, and I said ‘like no other’. Each day, even with the same person being supported, is unique and different.

In a nutshell, we offer a specialist service aimed at both helping people to recover from a health issue and to live a full life once again in their own home.

We break down what they want to do themselves and see how we can help them achieve those goals.

It could be as simple as making a cup of tea or prepare a meal in their own kitchen, or have assistance or support with showering. And some days they can do it, and some they can’t.

But we are there to provide holistic support regardless – on the days they can’t, I don’t automatically do it for them but I gently encourage and coax them to make that cup of tea, prepare that meal or have that shower.

Together, we have the same goal – to boost independence, confidence and the ability to manage on their own, in their own home. And to make them independent and proud of what they have achieved!

When they achieve their goals – however lofty or more basic – my job is done. I delivered an outcome that the person supported said they needed to achieve, and through that enabled someone to live independently, confidently and happily in their own home – a reablement achieved by a problem-solving, solutions-driven team alongside a willing partner, our supported person.

Pam’s Story

Click Here To Read More

We are a short-term assessment service which is goals-led; we support and encourage people to become as independent, confident and capable as they were before whatever health emergency meant that they needed our help.

We are Reablement and Rapid Support, and I am proud to be a reablement worker in that team. I wanted to share what our team as a whole achieves for the hundreds of people who need our help every year.

The main reason for looking at what the team and I do lies with the nature of our service – we can support people from as little as a one-off visit or one to two-day sessions through to extended support while care packages are being put into place.

A person’s journey with Reablement and Rapid Support usually begins with a referral from our close colleagues in Sefton Council’s social care team.

They arrange with our Care Coordinators a plan of care following the person being supported either being discharged from hospital or from the community as part of hospital avoidance.

The next step on the road is to understand what the person in our care needs – and wants – and how their physical environment can help or hinder that progress.

This assessment, undertaken for the most part by our excellent team of Trusted Assessors, feeds into the completed care or goal plan.

Somebody once asked what my day was like, and I said ‘like no other’. Each day, even with the same person being supported, is unique and different.

In a nutshell, we offer a specialist service aimed at both helping people to recover from a health issue and to live a full life once again in their own home.

We break down what they want to do themselves and see how we can help them achieve those goals.

It could be as simple as making a cup of tea or prepare a meal in their own kitchen, or have assistance or support with showering. And some days they can do it, and some they can’t.

But we are there to provide holistic support regardless – on the days they can’t, I don’t automatically do it for them but I gently encourage and coax them to make that cup of tea, prepare that meal or have that shower.

Together, we have the same goal – to boost independence, confidence and the ability to manage on their own, in their own home. And to make them independent and proud of what they have achieved!

When they achieve their goals – however lofty or more basic – my job is done. I delivered an outcome that the person supported said they needed to achieve, and through that enabled someone to live independently, confidently and happily in their own home – a reablement achieved by a problem-solving, solutions-driven team alongside a willing partner, our supported person.