Fire and Rescue Services – the value of working in partnership with occupational therapists

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Part of the Improving Lives, Saving money campaign and endorsed by the National Fire Chiefs Council this concise report builds on Living, Not Existing: putting prevention at the heart of care for older people.  It highlights how prevention and cross agency partnerships can enhance safety, wellbeing and health of vulnerable people and communities.

Occupational therapists working with Fire and Rescue Services can take direct referrals to work with people to overcome issues that are affecting their safety and also provide training and advice to FRS staff in range of public health interventions.

Download the report.

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