Somerset physios set up private community rehab service to bridge gap for patients on NHS waiting lists
Physiotherapists in Somerset have set up a community rehab service that aims to provide interim treatment to fee-paying patients who are waiting for NHS care.
Patient describes how high-quality rehabilitation made an enormous difference to her life
A powerful presentation of how physiotherapy helped recovery from locked-in syndrome was given at the Northern Ireland launch of a campaign to improve access to community rehabilitation services.
Rehab Matters casts real-life physios in quest for authenticity
Rehab Matters, the short film commissioned by the CSP, and made by Oscar-shortlisted UK director Chris Jones, looks at the difference community rehabilitation makes to the life of a woman who has just left hospital following a stroke.
Social work survey reveals lack of community care
CSP chief executive Karen Middleton has called for investment in community rehabilitation after a survey showed that one in three social workers could not get people the care they needed.
CSP: stop overlooking quality rehabilitation in the community
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) says that fragmented health and social care can have serious consequences for patients.
Walsall physios give stroke survivors better access to post-hospital rehab
A multidisciplinary community service in the West Midlands is using a goal-focused approach to help people recovering from stroke to reach their full rehab potential.
The CSP's #RehabMatters campaign highlights the importance of community rehabilitation.
Home sweet home: community rehabilitation
An east London trust’s revolutionary home rehabilitation service is a winner with patients.
Profile: Physio Caroline Southgate
Running two businesses and inspecting other services keeps Caroline Southgate feeling fulfilled. Robert Millett reports
Lack of community rehab consigns hip fracture patients to costly hospital stays, says CSP
A new report reveals that hospital care for patients with hip fractures is improving, but the CSP says community rehabilitation could help avoid co