From Community Response to Safeguarding, our Adult Social Care Services are delivered through seven teams.
Safeguarding Service: deliver positive outcomes for adults.
Older People and Physical & Sensory Disability Teams: support a wide range of people from younger people with physical and sensory disabilities, who may be living in the community, supported living settings or at university, to older people with ongoing packages of care and support.
Community Hospitals / Stoke Mandeville Team: responsible for discharging primarily elderly patients, although also a number of younger patients with a wide range of difficulties.
Community Occupational Therapy Team: provides assistance for disabled people and older people experiencing difficulties with daily living tasks.
Transitions Team: responsible for tracking and liaising with children’s services, SEN, local schools and understanding the young people who will likely need an assessment for adult social care support when they reach 18.
Learning Disability Service: supports individuals from 18 years onwards that have a learning disability.
Community Response and Reablement Team: the first touch point for the majority of new referrals into adult social care.
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