Home Care Re-ablement Services: Investigating the Longer-term Impacts (Prospective Longitudinal Study)
Glendinning C, Baxter K, Rabiee P Social Policy Research Unit, York. 2010
|Project ID (Internal)||79|
|Full Reference (text)||Glendinning C, Baxter K, Rabiee P (2010) Home Care Re-ablement Services: Investigating the longer-term impacts (prospective longitudinal study). Social Policy Research Unit Report. [The report can be accessed here]|
|Full Reference (URL)||https://www.york.ac.uk/inst/spru/research/pdf/Reablement.pdf|
|Summary / Abstract|
Research by the Social Policy Research Unit, University of York and the Personal Social Services Research Unit, University of Kent examined the immediate and longer-term impacts of home care re-ablement, the cost-effectiveness of the service, and the content and organisation of re-ablement services. People who received home care re-ablement were compared with a group receiving conventional home care services, both groups were followed for up to one year.
The study found that:
Recommendations for the future organisation of these services are made in the report. In autumn 2010, 70 million pounds was allocated to NHS Primary Care Trusts to develop re-ablement services, this will be followed by an additional 150 million pounds in 2011/12, rising to 300 pounds million per annum from 2012 to 2015.
|Publication Title||Home Care Re-ablement Services: Investigating the Longer-term Impacts (Prospective Longitudinal Study)|
|Author(s)||Glendinning C, Baxter K, Rabiee P|
|Publication Details||Social Policy Research Unit, York.|
|Publication Year / End of Project||2010|
|Last Accessed||03/01/2019 12:00 am|
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