What you can expect

Step 1: Pre-Admission Clinical Assessment and Screening

A clinical assessment, based on medical history, reports and progress will be undertaken by our qualified senior staff to confirm that the LDCT programme will be of benefit to the participant, as well as confirming their match to our participant profile. The assessment will underpin an individualised care and rehabilitation plan that will be formally agreed with the participant and their advisors. This plan will identify both the course duration, their start date, any additional support required and the cost of the programme.

The Induction Process

Step 2: Admission & Assessment

A two- week period of ongoing assessment as part of the admissions process to support the participant in transitioning to the new environment and rehabilitation programme. The clinical assessment will be reviewed and the programme further tailored to ensure that individual needs are being met and suitable rehabilitation goals are being set.


Step 4: Course Completion and Discharge

In advance of the course completion the senior staff team will work with the participant to plan for the transition to the next step of their pathway. Achievements, future goals and strategies will be identified as well as options for further support. All parties involved in a client’s rehabilitation will be involved including partners able to support the transition from the Centre to the home / work environment.

Follow Up

Step 5: Post Completion

Following course completion and transition from the Centre, participants will be able to access support via an online community managed by the Trusts senior staff team. Programmes will include transition support back to the home and work environments and here we will look to partner with organisations already working in the home rehabilitation environment, such as REACH. This is be an important part of the programme to ensure skills and progress achieved at LDCT are maintained.