Promoting independence through intermediate care

Clinical guidelines
British Geriatrics Society
Date Published:
06 November 2018
Last updated: 
06 November 2018

Intermediate care is a very effective way of maintaining or improving people’s level of independence, particularly after an accident or hospital stay. It can help them to achieve the goals that are important to them and can motivate them to feel more confident and positive. The National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) and Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) has published this practical guide for staff providing intermediate care services.

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