Vulnerable older adults
News story New proposals to improve care for vulnerable older people The health secretary has announced he is seeking views on a set of proposals to radically improve care for vulnerable older people. Published 5 July Department of Health and Social Care This was published under the to Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government The proposals set out improvements in primary care and urgent and emergency care. They look at establishing ways for NHS and social care services to work together more effectively for the benefit of patients, both in and out of hospital. Comments are being sought from NHS, social care and public health staff, carers and patients.
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Older Adults - Health Foundation for Western & Central New York
Our Partners: This is a state and county funded service to help people stay at home and avoid needing to use Medicaid by premature moves to a higher level of care. It provides case management and subsidized home care and other services to help the older person stay independent in the community. Our county is fortunate to have the support of the United Way of Rochester to offer these very special services to our older and vulnerable adults. Eligibility criteria Individual must be over the age of 60 and living in Monroe County. Intake Process Call to speak to our Intake Coordinator if you or someone you know might benefit from these services.
Risk assessment and intervention for vulnerable older adults
Changing the way we age: Reducing vulnerability and promoting resilience in old age 08 July By Asghar Zaidi While our lives are all different, we share stages of life that are common to all of us. Rowntree was amongst the first to formalise the concept of the life cycle of poverty, and its economic and social challenges, from early childhood when economic dependency is a given to when we are too old to work and thus at risk of poverty.
Clinicians must weigh all these factors in forming an opinion. Red flags Vulnerable older adults should be screened for cognitive deficits and mistreatment. The presence of certain indicators should raise suspicion of abuse or neglect. Assessments may involve considerable time and require several visits from different professionals.