NHS Continuing Healthcare
NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) is the care package arranged by the NHS for people who aren’t in hospital and who have been determined to have a primary health need.
Eligible people can receive CHC in a variety of settings, including in their own home or a care home. A good care package can make the difference between a full and partial recovery.
4 reviews for NHS Continuing Healthcare
The course contains a substantial amount of information in an accessible format facilitating understanding.
I found the course quite engaging. The teaching method also made it very easy to follow and understand the subject matter.
The course was relevant to my role, checked on my learning, provided feedback and was easy to use.
I found this subject very interesting. It is an area that i will need to be more knowledgeable in my role as a social worker.
The course is sufficient as an overview
As this is a new area it was important that it was very clear – which I feel it was.
Very engaging and provided a good overview. Use of example situations was helpful in order to apply the learning.
Familiar with this topic but was interesting all the same
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