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Short-term Stabilisation and Assessment

This programme is suitable for individuals requiring short-term stabilization or for clients who may need to be away from their everyday situation which may be contributing to their current condition.

The programme allows clients to be properly assessed medically, physically, socially and psychologically before identifying the most appropriate continuing care or treatment options, making it ideal for clients who are unsure of exact treatment needs. In addition, it is suitable for individuals who are unable to commit to lengthy treatment programmes.

For more information on Life Works Short Term Stabilisation and Assessement Programme call us on 0800 081 0700, to speak to one of our staff in confidence. We can answer any questions or concerns you may have and help you find the right treatment.

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