tracscare develops special needs assessment tools


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

Specialist provider tracscare has been working to develop a new generation of clinical assessment plans devised to deliver positive outcomes for their clients. tracscare says the new style assessment tools are different to other methods because they deal specifically with clinical issues in a residential setting, and the objective is to enhance client’s lives on a daily basis. Working with leading authorities in the fields of autism, acquired brain injury, challenging needs and mental health, tracscare’s service director, Sue Hullin has drawn-up specific assessment tools designed to provide measurability and uniformity to client assessments across the company’s 35-home, 220-bed portfolio. “We had a vision to create a more clinically specific service compared to our previous service provision and compared to services being provided by others,” said Ms Hullin. “We wanted to provide a comfortable home in a community setting but also wanted to meet the clients’ therapeutic, rehabilitative and clinic





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