Claimont works with NHS providers and commissioners to deliver packages of support for CYP with a range of complex needs including:
Our RMNs and experienced Support Workers work with the wider multidisciplinary team to deliver timely, bespoke interventions to support vulnerable young people.
Claimont design and deliver bespoke support and treatment packages to allow patients to live in their own homes. Our Clinical and Support teams work alongside Health and Social Care professionals, the individuals we support and their families to deliver truly person-centred support and care.
Claimont enables individuals to become more independent, helping to develop daily living skills and encouraging community opportunities.
Claimont can support patients with:
Claimont accepts referrals from NHS and Local Authorities and supports the Transforming Care agenda. 24-hour support delivered up to 3:1, with an emphasis on recovery, with support levels and plans reviewed regularly.
Claimont’s model of bespoke support and treatment allows us to deliver forensic services.
Working closely with the NHS, Local Authorities and other stakeholders, Claimont can design bespoke support packages for complex individuals with forensic history; or who have been assessed as being at risk of offending.
Our team is experienced in the design and delivery of specialist community placements, with significant forensic experience.
24-hour packages can be commissioned ranging from 1:1 to 3:1 support – ensuring we can support even the most complex individuals.
Throughout discharge planning and transition, we work closely and collaboratively with the MDT, ensuring all stakeholders are involved.
Claimont’s bespoke packages provide robust support; whilst ensuring restrictions are minimised.
“As an NHS Mental Health Trust, we approached Claimont in partnership with our NHS Clinical Commissioning Group’s Head of Mental Health Commissioning. Our local mental health services and staff were under significant pressure and we wanted to maintain the delivery of high-quality services to our patients and improve system flow. Within a matter of days, the Claimont team had put in place a community-based reablement service to both reduce admissions by offering appropriate care in the community and support the discharge of patients back into the community with tailored care plans. Thanks to Claimont’s ability to rapidly mobilise a patient-centred, community-based mental health service so quickly, system pressure was relieved and we were able to maintain the delivery of high-quality mental health services.”
Care Quality Commission | 24 May 2019View our CQC inspection report