Hospital Liaison Service
The Hospital Liaison Service will work with hospital staff and others to identify and support carers through the discharge process.
The Carer Support Hospital Liaison Service will:
- support carers while they or their cared for are in hospital;
- assist with planning and implementation of discharge; and,
- follow up with carers after discharge.
The aim of the service is to reduce carer stress, reduce re-admission rates and help ease the burden on hospitals over the winter months and while the Covid pandemic is placing increased demands on the NHS.
The new service is made up of 2 teams – the Hospital Liaison Team which will be the point of contact for carers and Hospital staff; and the Hospital Support Team which will carry out initial assessments and provide support.
Carers and hospital staff can contact our Hospital Liaison Team on 0800 368 7579. Hospital staff can also make referrals using the secure CSW.email@example.com email address. The service is being promoted at Great Western Hospital, Royal United Hospital, Salisbury District Hospital and Community Hospitals.
Being Forces friendly ref Census 2021 podcast for anyone who has served in the Armed Forces for 1 day to 22 years those on the panel and hosting were
- Hosted by Neil ‘Jacko’ Jackson (Director DRM). https://www.linkedin.com/in/neil-jacko-jackson-ma-fcmi-49b7191b/
- Office for Veteran Affairs (Representative: Damien Paterson (Deputy Director)
- Cobseo Representative: Gen Sir John McColl (Chairman, Cobseo)
- ONS Representative: Kerryanne (Census Engagement Manager – Veteran)
The episode is now live and can be found here: –
On Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/beingforcesfriendly/episode-11-the-veteran-question (just click on this link on your phone or computer and listen)
This podcast discusses the issue of veterans taking part in Census 2021, for both male & female veterans, veterans can be a person who served one day in the Armed Forces or 22 years. The discussion outlines the vital importance of ex forces personnel taking part in the Census 2021 which is the first ever Census to ask a question about service in the Armed Forces. The data it gathers will give organisations like these and HM Government the best data map of veterans across England and Wales, and enable service provisions in terms of health, employment, benefits, and support. The county of Witshire has a large serving and ex services community, and it is vital that veterans identify as such in the Census 2021, all data gathered by the Census is anonymised and personal details are released after 100 years. The mapping of and provision of those who have served in this Census is the largest ever data gathering of data regarding this community, and this data informs planning and provision of services at the national scale. For veterans to be recognized and supported it is vital to complete your Census.