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Adult Care Management Social Services at Croydon University Hospital

Croydon University Hospital, 530 London Road, Croydon, CR7 7YE
Telephone: 020 8401 3148
Website: bit.ly/2eilGIl

Community Intermediate Care Service

12-18 Lennard Road, Croydon, CR9 2RS
Telephone: 020 8274 6444

Fairhand Visiting Physiotherapists

204 Markfield, Court Wood Lane, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 9HU
Telephone: 020 8651 2110

Home from Hospital and Reablement Project

Age UK Croydon, 5 Floor, 22 Park House, Park Street, Croydon, CR0 1YE
Telephone: 020 3701 3265
Website: bit.ly/2vrUsCb

Red Cross Support At Home

Woodcroft Wing, Croydon University Hospital, London Road, CR7 7YE
Telephone: 0208 4013 590
Website: bit.ly/1xOyKGW
London Road, Thornton Heath , London , CR7 7YE
Telephone: 020 8401 3672
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Before you are discharged from hospital, the nursing and medical staff will make an assessment of how well you will be able to manage when you return home. Other members of hospital staff who may be involved in the discharge planning process include: Occupational Therapist who will assess your needs in activities which you carry out every day - washing, dressing, cooking - and will provide advice and recommend equipment to make sure that your home environment is as safe as possible. Physiotherapist who will assess your mobility and recommend any equipment which might help you move more easily and safely. The Care Management Team within Mayday will assess your needs in other areas of your life and provide support, information and advice. There are a range of rehabilitative services available if an immediate return home is not possible. Discharge to a residential or nursing home placement will only be agreed if no other option is available. Others who may be involved could include dieticians or speech and language therapists, who may arrange for their colleagues working outside the hospital to continue any therapy which you have received whilst in hospital. Where nursing staff identify a need for ongoing nursing care - for example dressing a wound or giving injections - they may arrange for a community or practice nurse to continue treatment. If you have any concerns about how you might manage when you leave hospital, or if you would like further information about the discharge planning process please let the nursing staff on your ward know.