Continuing care services
Continuing Care, means care provided over an extended period of time to a person with physical or mental health needs which have arisen as a result of disability, an accident or illness. Patients must be assessed for their eligibility for NHS continuing care.
Our Continuing Care Service is for older people who have advanced cognitive impairment or severe and enduring mental health needs.
Staff are available 24 hours a day to provide support and advice to patients and their carers. Inpatient services have access to a range of specialist therapies within the Directorate. There is a varied programme of individual and group therapies and activities running throughout the week.
Our Continuing Care Units for older people is situated in Kensington and Chelsea (Beatrice Place).
How to access these services:
Access to Continuing Care Services follows assessment against the National Framework.