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Older people

Integrated day services for older people

We aim to enable people to remain independent in their communities for as long as they are able to do so.

We recognise that older people often have complex and overlapping needs that require support, care and treatment from a range of professionals at the same time.

Integrated day services involve staff from health and social care working together to provide care and support for older people.

We actively encourage carers to be involved in developing and providing support for the person on an individualised basis.

The service may be provided as support through our outreach respite-at-home service or at an integrated day service centre.

There is currently a charge for support and meal provision at each of the six integrated day service centres, this will be discussed with you at the assessment stage.

To access the integrated day service, you will need a formal assessment of your support needs, carried out by a social work or health professional.

For more information, contact your local social work office.


Page last updated:
14 Feb 2024

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