Some care requirements need more specialist expertise to ensure that the care can be effectively delivered. Shaw has a range of services that cater for these situations.
NHS Services – Providing care that would prevent individuals from being admitted to hospital or providing care up until the point of admittance to free limited hospital beds.
Secure Hospitals – Providing person centred care and treatment programmes for people with a primary diagnosis of mental illness with or without physical disability including patients who might have committed a criminal act due to their illness.
Intermediate Care – Providing care following being admitted to hospital between the point of receiving hospital treatment and discharge to free limited hospital beds.
Complex Care – Providing care and treatment programmes for people with multiple needs such as dual diagnosis of learning and/or physical disabilities, Acquired Brain Injuries, challenging behaviour and a variety of other complex conditions.
Re-ablement – Helping older people to recover the confidence, strength and skill to return to their own home after a traumatic event that might otherwise have resulted in them giving up their independence and moving permanently into a care home.