PAS 150:2010 Providing rehabilitation services. Code of practice

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PAS 150:2010

Providing rehabilitation services. Code of practice

Status : Current   Published : April 2010

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What is this PAS about?

This is a code of practice covering how rehabilitation services should be delivered for all disabilities and health conditions, and for service users with both short- and long-term needs. It aims to stimulate innovation and commitment to excellence.

Who is this PAS for?

  • Providers of rehabilitation services in health, social care and employment
  • Health and social care professionals
  • Purchasers and users of rehabilitation services
  • Individuals working in residential facilities, specialist centres and other local community based services

Why should you use this PAS?

PAS 150 aims to improve the quality, efficiency, value and outcomes of rehabilitation services through setting out recommendations for providers working in all sectors, including statutory and non-statutory services.

The recommendations are also intended for individuals working in residential facilities, specialist centres and other local community-based services. It encourages service user independence and autonomy affording them the opportunity to live as they wish.

PAS 150 will allow providers of rehabilitation services to assess their provision for quality, efficiency and value, thus leading to improved outcomes for people using their services.

It supports the service user’s journey through early and specialist rehabilitation, community rehabilitation and vocational rehabilitation.

The service user’s rights and responsibilities, especially related to choice and control, are at the core of PAS 150’s service delivery. Their personal goals inform decision-making throughout.  It recognizes service users’ experience and expertise and seeks to strengthen their contribution.

Service providers can use this code of practice to:

  • Benchmark their services and demonstrate a commitment to excellence
  • Improve the quality, efficiency, value and outcomes of rehabilitation services
  • Encourage service user independence and autonomy, placing their personal goals at the heart of decision-making
  • Support the service user’s journey through early and specialist rehabilitation, community rehabilitation and vocational rehabilitation
  • Provide a tool for service planning and development, for staff and service user induction and for development and programme evaluation.

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Standard NumberPAS 150:2010
TitleProviding rehabilitation services. Code of practice
StatusCurrent
Publication Date09 April 2010
Cross ReferencesHealth Records Act 1990, Mental Capacity Act 2005, Data Protection Act 1998, Access to Medical Records Act 1988, Human Rights Act 2000, Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Employment and Labour Relations Act 2004, Protection of Vulnerable Adults under the Care Standards Act 2000 (POVA), Protection of Children Act 1999 (POCA), Companies Act 1985, Companies Act 1989
DescriptorsAftercare, Personal health, Therapeutics, Disabled people, Health services, Social services, Physiotherapy, Psychotherapy, Employers, Occupational therapy, Management, Quality assurance, People, Training, Consumer-supplier relations, Conditions of employment, Occupational safety
ICS03.120.10
11.020.10
03.080.99
CommitteeZZ/1
ISBN978 0 580 67736 6
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages56
File Size3.25 MB
Price£123.00


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