Accessing services at Haven Court
You will need to have a Social Care Assessment to identify your care and support needs. People referred for any of the bed based services in Haven Court must:
- Be over the age of 18
- Be a South Tyneside resident
- Have needs identified from the Social Care Assessment
Upon arrival our team will meet and greet residents and their relatives/loved ones. Residents will then be shown to their room and given a tour of the facilities. Residents or their family members will be provided with a life story booklet (long stay residents only), to gather a history of their life. This assists our team in developing a personalised plan of care.
Re-enablement or rehabilitation is a way of helping people regain their independence by giving them the chance to relearn some of the skills for daily living that may have been lost as a result of illness, accident or disability. This can be used following a hospital admission or straight from home.
In re-enablement we aim to support people to achieve the highest possible quality of life. It often requires a team of people including nurses and carers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists working together with the individual and their family.
Discharge to Assess
Discharge to Assess services support people discharged from hospital into a non-acute setting to ‘reable’ and regain independence skills before return to their own home or entering into long-term care settings.
Long stay unit – residential
Residential Care is for those who may need some help with daily activities such as eating, washing, dressing and getting around, or for those who need a more supportive environment if they're frailer. Residential care is suitable for those living with or without dementia.
Long stay unit – nursing
Nursing care offers a higher level of 24 hour care and support. Residents may have a certain physical condition or difficulties. This could include those with long-term conditions. Our nursing care is provided by dedicated, qualified nurses and the supporting care team.