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Hospital discharge planning for young people with complex disability: Literature review


June 2018

Hospital discharge planning for young people with complex disability: Literature review

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The aim of the discharge planning process is to improve the coordination of a person’s services post-discharge and reduce the likelihood of unplanned hospital re-admissions. This review sought to explore the current evidence base for hospital discharge planning for young adults (aged 18-64) with disability and complex support needs. Successful discharge planning for this group is complex and requires effective cooperation between health and disability services.


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Knox, L., Symmons, M., Douglas, J., Hilton, G., Winkler, D. (2018). Summer Foundation.


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