Service Profile: Transition Care Program
Transition Care is a short-term Program that aims to help older people to return home and maintain independent living after a hospital stay.
TCP is available through Rochester and Elmore District Health Service to eligible patients.
It covers services providing low intensity therapy such as physiotherapy and occupational therapy, as well as social work, nursing support or personal care to conserve and improve physical and/or cognitive functioning.
REDHS can support TCP in either an inpatient and home-based setting, depending on an individual’s specific needs.
The Program involves families and caregivers in the planning process to develop short and long-term care goals.
For further information contact: REDHS Transition Care Program Coordinator on (03) 5484 4469
The National Disability Insurance Scheme helps eligible people to get the support they need to build a better life.
Rochester & Elmore District Health Service is a registered NDIS provider.
We have experienced staff and a range of services available to assist people living with disability in Rochester, Elmore and surrounding areas to achieve their goals.
REDHS can help with your health and wellbeing, get you out into the community to attend social events and activities or support you with your household tasks.
Would you like further information about the NDIS or a meeting to discuss how we might be able to help?
Contact: REDHS Intake Officer during office hours on (03) 5484 4465