Assisted living facility to provide transitional care


Posted on April 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A joint initiative by Raven Audley Court, a development company specialising in assisted living, and North Yorkshire County Council Social Services Directorate, will provide transitional care for elderly people who have been discharged from hospital. Said to be one of the first projects of its kind in the UK, Raven Audley Court is a pilot scheme which will provide two apartments with personal care and support at Hollins Hall, Audley Court¹s assisted living development near Harrogate. People discharged from hospital, no longer in need of acute hospital treatment but not yet able to cope with independent life at home, would be transferred to one of these apartments for between two and four weeks. At Hollins Hall, they would be helped to regain their ability to look after themselves before returning to their own homes. Living in a self-contained well-planned apartment, patients who are suitable, and who choose to take this option, will be supported as they rediscover their life skills, and individual care will





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