Rapid Assessment and Community Rehabilitation Team

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    Central Lancashire Rapid Assessment and Community Rehabilitation Team

    The Central Lancashire Rapid Assessment and Community Rehabilitation Team work within the community to support clients that have been had a deterioration  in their abilities to manage at home as a result of a change in their health and wellbeing. The service provides a response within two hours to reduce avoidable hospital admissions and can provide rehabilitation programmes to enable clients to remain independent in their own home. The rapid assessment team can provide equipment urgently and care if necessary for a short period of time to help clients remain in their own home. The aim of the service is to support clients who have a physical health problem such as falls, chest/urine infections and  palliative conditions.

    The service operates from 8am until 8pm Monday- Friday and 8am- 5pm weekends and bank holidays.

    Clients must be registered with a Central Lancashire GP and be over the age of 18 years.

    All clients will receive a telephone call triage before an assessment at home.

    How to Access this service:

    Referalls must come via a health or social care professional. We do not accept self-referrals at this time. 

    The service has a single point of access via the MAP - Main Access Point.

    Referrals can be made by telephone 01772 777999, option 3 after 6pm and weekends and bank holidays

    Email - MAP@lancashirecare.nhs.uk

    Where is the service provided from:

    The team has various bases across Central Lancashire. 

    The team will see clients in their own home, including sheltered accommodation and temporary accommodation, and in the hospital site, at Chorley and Preston in A&E and RAU/MAU.

    Contact us:

    Therapy Service office telephone number 01772 643106

    The Rapid Assessment Team is based at:
    Leyland House

    Lancashire Business Park

    Centurion Way


    PR26 6TY

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