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Specialist Assessment and Rehabilitation Centre (SpARC) is a purpose built facility designed to deliver a multidisciplinary assessment and treatment to older people with various conditions involving falls and frailty.
Following initial assessment by a consultant, patients will be seen for one hour each by a nurse, physiotherapist and occupational therapist. A personalised care plan will be put together and ongoing treatment and support provided.
Comprehensive Assessment Service for Older People (CASOP) is based within the Specialist Rehabilitation Department at London Road Community Hospital. It is a purpose built facility designed to deliver a multidisciplinary assessment and treatment to patients with various conditions.
See our CASOP pages for more information
This service is usually offered to people aged 60-years-old and over.
Patients receive a multidisciplinary assessment and intervention by a multidisciplinary team rather than a single discipline.
The aim of this being to avoid hospital admissions and maintain independent living.