Proclaim Care, Obair Associates News Article
The level of transmission of the new variant of Covid-19 has brought additional challenges to that of the March 2020 lockdown.
We continue to deliver highly effective virtual services that are innovatively adapted and evidenced to show great value.
We have taken the decision to suspend face-to-face services unless in the most extreme of cases, which will be subject to our vigorous risk assessments.
This is the right decision for our clients, our staff and to help protect the NHS.
Our experience over the last year has evidenced the value of virtual services backed up by face-to-face visits where appropriate when risk levels
To protect our clients; protect our staff and protect the NHS we are operating on a Virtual First basis across all our services, unless the case is deemed essential. Attached are more detailed updates on Proclaim Care and Obair Associates
In the year when a pandemic has changed so much, we continue to evolve with the focus on meeting the needs of our clients that are entrusted to us.
Anne Byrne, Obair Associates Clinical Director presents on Occupational Therapy at CMSUK 2020 Conference.
Discussing these cases with customers, we identified that hand and upper limb injuries were achieving poor outcomes.