Community rehabilitation services – falls, neurological, bedded and acute – Community Independence Service (CIS)
CIS – the 3 Borough Community Independence Service – is about integrating care faster and more thoroughly by drawing on the talents and experience of all in health and social care across the 3 Borough to provide the best service for patients. They provide rehabilitative services for a period of up to 6 weeks. Those known to the service can self-refer using the single point of access number.
Central London Community Healthcare (CLCH)
This site lists all community services provided by CLCH, including falls rehabilitation, neuro-rehabilitation and bedded rehabilitation. The site has contact details and referral information, including Single Point of Access.
Musculoskelatal (MSK) Service – Hammersmith & Fulham MSK Service
This is for people with musculoskeletal conditions. Our team includes specialist clinicians covering all musculoskeletal specialist areas, who can provide a comprehensive assessment and a range of treatments and management plans in a community setting. You can refer yourself without having seen your GP by using the details below.
Adult Safeguarding – People First
Everyone is entitled to live their life in safety without being mistreated, hurt or exploited by others. But some people’s situations may make them less able to protect themselves from harm or mistreatment. This may happen as people get older, or because they have a mental health issue, a disability, a sensory impairment or some form of illness. Mistreating someone in this way is known as ‘abuse’, and if someone fails to properly look after another person in their care, this is known as ‘neglect.’
Both abuse and neglect of people are never acceptable.
This site explains more about what abuse and neglect are, who is particularly at risk of abuse, and how to get help and advice if you or someone you know is being mistreated, abused or neglected.
Child Protection Services
Our family services front door service are told about cases of possible abuse or neglect by teachers, doctors, health visitors and members of the public. They also hear from parents needing support, other family members concerned about a child’s welfare and sometimes children themselves. They also help with any queries you may have about support for children in the borough. Anyone can contact us if they are worried that a child may be at risk, and information is always taken seriously.
Telephone: 0208 748 8588