Reablement Roles

in Adult Social Care

The Reablement team work to prevent hospital admissions and to reduce the amount of time people stay in hospital.

They do this by providing support to help maintain or regain lost independence.

Have a look below at the different roles within Reablement. 

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Reablement Roles within Adult Social Care

Reablement Support Worker

This role undertakes work to aid the reablement of people and enables them to achieve optimal independence. Reablement support workers develop reablement plans, undertake non-complex assessments and provide flexible programmes and interventions of therapeutic activities. It is a beneficial role helping people reach and maintain their independence.

Senior Reablement Support Worker

This role undertakes specific support work to aid the reablement of people and enable them to achieve independence without support of others. Senior reablement workers also undertake medium complexity assessments and reviews of an individual's needs. They also provide flexible programmes and interventions of therapeutic activities directed by Registered Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists.

Home 1 st

Coordinator

The role of a Home 1st coordinator is to provide leadership and team leadership support to the team, and to work directly with people to carry out an assessment of care needs and risks. The role puts the person at the centre of the service and seeks to improve people’s experience through strong leadership and innovation.

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