Jan 5, 2017 | pivotell |
AVERAGE SOCIAL AND HEALTH INTERVENTION COSTS Source - Personal Social Services Research Unit 2016* Local authority own-provision residential care for older people 1,088 week Local authority own-provision day care for older people 46 per client session lasting 3.5 hours Home care for older people 30.75 hour Extra-care housing for older people 469 week Dementia memory service 1,218 Annual Geriatric Resources for Assessment and Care of Elders (GRACE) 3,003 (3,704) Annual cost per intervention per case Local authority own-provision care homes for people requiring long-term mental health support 951 Week Local authority own-provision care homes for people requiring long-term mental health support 136 Day Local authority own-provision social services day care for people requiring mental health support 29 per client session lasting 3.5 hours Home care 24 hour Older People - Day Care 61 session People with mental health problems - Day Care 32.20 session People with learning disabilities - Day Care 81 session Social care support for older people Service Need group Average weekly costs 2015/2016 Critical 154 Substantial 98 Moderate 80 Average 73 Critical 303 Substantial 156 Moderate 160 Average 180 Social care support for people with learning disabilities Critical 372 Substantial 54 Moderate 39 Average 61 Critical 402 Substantial 395 Moderate 277 Average 391 Non-elective inpatient stays (long stays) (inc. carbon 603 kgCO2e) 2,926 Non-elective inpatient stays (short stays) (inc. carbon 128 kgCO2e) 621 Ambulance Services See and treat and convey (including carbon 39 kgCO2e) Services for older people Services for people with mental health problems Hospital and related services NHS reference costs for hospital services 240 *Extracts from Unit Costs of Health and Social Care 2016, Compiled by Lesley Curtis and Amanda Burns. Copyright PSSRU. Home care Day care Home care Social care support for older people, people with learning disabilities, people with mental health problems and people with physical disabilities Day care
extracts from Unit Costs of Health and Social Care
The use of a Pivotell® Automatic Pill Dispenser can:-
Be a significant aid in improving the quality of life of users enabling them to remain living independently at home.
Form an important part of an overall 'home care package' enabling easy maintenance of the prescribed pill regime.
Enable self-medication and therefore avoids the need for carers, whether professional or family to be present on each occasion that medication is due, and therefore could reduce social care costs.
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