How can I support rehabilitation of care home residents after COVID-19?
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How can I support rehabilitation of care home residents after COVID-19?

Fernanda Patrocinio Physiotherapist, St Christopher’s Hospice, London
Helena Talbot-Rice Rehabilitation and well-being consultant lead, St Christopher’s Hospice, London

Rehabilitation for people in long-term care can improve function and counter lockdown effects

The implementation of social distancing and lockdown measures to protect lives during the COVID-19 pandemic was unprecedented. These measures have presented challenges in maintaining a physically active lifestyle, especially for older adults (Cunningham and O’Sullivan 2020).

Nursing Older People. 33, 4, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/nop.33.4.13.s6

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