Frailty: how early interventions at home can benefit older people
Pavan Amara Nurse, midwife and health journalist
Community and social care nurses have a vital role to play in helping older people with frailty remain independent and mobile, and in reducing hospital admissions
With a rapidly ageing population set to put an ever-increasing strain on the UK’s health and social care services in the coming years, reducing the number of preventable hospitalisations is essential.
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