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Presentation from Support for self management workshop presented at "Living well with long term conditions" Age UK conference 14th November 2012

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    • Support forself-managementJudy Walker, Director Life After StrokeServices – South, the Stroke AssociationNovember 2012Stroke Helpline 0303 3033 300stroke.org.uk
    • Life after Stroke Services  340 Life after Stroke Services in partnership with health and social care  586 service staff - majority are professionally qualified in health or social care  2,791 volunteers of whom 13% are stroke survivors Number of Clients in Stroke Information Service 2010 - 2012 25,000 20,000 15,000 Stroke Information 10,000 Service Actual m Stroke Information N o n b u e 5,000 c s r t f Service Target i l 0  5,000 new referrals (accessing more than one service)  25% clients of working ageStroke Helpline 0303 3033 300stroke.org.uk
    • High quality information, emotional support and practical advice in the aftermath of a stroke Working with a survivor and their family immediately following a stroke as long as they need it – in hospitals and care homes, within their own homes and back into the community We work to address all the complex needs of a stroke survivor and their carer, from medication compliance to healthy living and social re- integration. Our holistic approach to care and expert knowledge adds essential value to primary care, social care and neighbourhood care teams. By helping people navigate the often complex social and health care system, the service facilitates quicker recovery and supports self- managementStroke Helpline 0303 3033 300stroke.org.uk
    • OutcomesStroke Helpline 0303 3033 300stroke.org.uk
    • Lifestyle changes Evidence of changes in lifestyle and health benefits arising from service use from Impact Survey 2011-12, 2012-13 Reduced Total Respondents - Alcohol Respond Yes, change Stopped Reduced Fat in Reduced Salt in More Consumpt Quarter ents to lifestyle Smoking Diet Diet Exercise ion July-Sept 2011 828 417 93 22% 273 65% 272 65% 228 55% 164 39% Oct-Dec 2011 933 513 111 22% 324 63% 301 59% 271 53% 213 42% Jan-Mar 2012 1,090 575 122 21% 348 61% 353 61% 288 50% 240 42% April-June 2012 938 499 97 19% 269 54% 268 54% 242 48% 169 34% July-Sept 2012 1,001 536 120 22% 331 62% 304 57% 291 54% 207 39% YTD 4,790 2,540 543 21% 1545 61% 1498 59% 1320 52% 993 39%Stroke Helpline 0303 3033 300stroke.org.uk
    • Post stroke reviews are crucial in supporting self management, by identifying and acting upon unmet needs at 6 months after discharge Service visits clients at venue of their choice to complete the stroke review, using an evidence based assessment tool. At a review, any unmet needs identified are summarised, and the way forward agreed with the service user and, where appropriate, their carer. Follows up any actions are addressed with GP The pilot showed interventions identified and addressed a large number and variety of unmet needs from depression and fatigue to incontinence, thus supporting ongoing self managementStroke Helpline 0303 3033 300stroke.org.uk
    • OutcomesStroke Helpline 0303 3033 300stroke.org.uk