Achieving outcomes and reaching goals

Making every day better is about achieving the best possible outcomes for those we care for.

We improve lives with our holistic programmes of nursing care, nutrition, medication, activity, community engagement, occupational and physical therapy.

Our multi-disciplinary team of nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech and language therapists work closely with consultants, GPs, specialist nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists and mental health teams in the local community. In addition our in-house psychiatry and psychology services mean we can provide complex specialist care and support to individuals suffering from a range of disorders.

We identify goals and outcomes together with individuals, families and professionals involved in a person’s care. Goals are different for everyone; from a full recovery or a return to living in the community, to the ability, with the right support, to live their lives as they choose.

We focus on outcomes by supporting people to achieve their rehabilitation goals and become as independent as possible. For people and families coping with a progressive or life-limiting condition, a goal may simply be a desire for dignity and peace of mind.


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Consulting with family, friends and carers

At Exemplar we recognise that carers, family members and loved ones can provide valuable practical and emotional support and we greatly value the significant role they play in the recovery and well-being of service users. Whether it be our open door policy or the more formal processes in place for survey feedback and regular relative meetings, listening to loved ones is very important to us, allowing Exemplar to meet each individual’s needs and desires as well as providing the correct treatment, care and support.