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Community services

Community services are delivered to help and support people who need care and support to live with dignity and independence in their own homes, including residential or nursing care homes. Locally these service are provided by Airedale NHS Foundation Trust (ANHSFT) and Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust (BDCFT). Our vision is for people to receive pro-active, co-ordinated, person centred care.

 Our key principles and intended outcomes are:

Non-elective admissions

Non-elective admissions are 4.7% below plan at month 10 (YTD)

Access to re-ablement  and rehabilitation services

2 star

Two stars - similar to English average

2.53% of older people (aged 65 and over) who received reablement / rehabilitation services after discharge from hospital this result is similar to the England average of 2.7%.

Still at home after discharge from hospital

3 star

Three stars - better than the English average

86.4% of older people in AWC  (aged 65 and over) were still at home 91 days after discharge from hospital into reablement/rehabilitation services , this result is better than England average of 82.5%