Nice | Older people with social needs and multiple long-term conditions

25th January 2016 by Louise Hudman

Nice | Older people with social needs and multiple long-term conditions

This is a new guideline from NICE on caring for people with both social needs and long term conditions. It really needs to be read after their other recent publication on home care (or see my post for a summary).

There are a few bits that will impact on us.

Assessing social care needs

When it becomes clear that a patient is likely to need social care or support, refer them for a needs assessment.

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