Organisation and delivery of home care re-ablement: what makes a difference?

@article{Rabiee2011OrganisationAD,
  title={Organisation and delivery of home care re-ablement: what makes a difference?},
  author={Parvaneh Rabiee and Caroline Glendinning},
  journal={Health & social care in the community},
  year={2011},
  volume={19 5},
  pages={495-503}
}
Home-care re-ablement or 'restorative' services are a cornerstone of preventive service initiatives in many countries. Many English local authorities are transforming their former in-house home-care services to provide intensive, short-term re-ablement instead. The focus of this paper is on the organisation and content of re-ablement services and the features of their organisation and delivery that have the potential to enhance or detract from their effectiveness. Qualitative data were… CONTINUE READING
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