We work in partnership with you and your GP to identify health and social care needs, and to direct you to any other services which may be helpful to you.
Community care programme for sufferers of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
Care and support for adults.
Equipment and aids to help maintain independent living.
Community Matrons are experts in assessing complex medical problems and co-ordinating appropriate care packages.
Intensive early supported discharge, planned rehabilitation, neurology outpatient service and specialist nurse support for people with long-term neurological conditions and stroke.
District Nursing Service for housebound adults.
Providing rehabilitation and support for adults and their carers when leaving hospital following a stroke.
The end of life coordination centre provides a single point for health and social care professionals to access urgent care and support for people who are in the last few weeks or days of life.
Treatment, advice, support and specialist rehabilitation for people with conditions of hearing and balance, particularly dual sensory loss.
Community based support for the elderly.
Regular reviews of your condition, including advice and support to enable you to influence and participate in decisions concerning your care.
Emergency at home over night nursing service.
Help and support to maintain independence following illness.
The Parkinson's Nurse Specialist is an experienced General Registered Nurse with specialist training, knowledge and skills in Parkinson’s related conditions.
Helping people develop their skills and become more independent by providing rehabilitation and management in their own homes and local community.
At home treatment to prevent hospital admission.
Short-term at home therapy and support for adults.
Short-term at home support for the prevention of hospital admission.
Specialist home nursing for specific conditions.
Assistive technology to aid in maintaining independence at home.