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At the time, Caerphilly council was responsible for funding nursing home placements in the area and Mrs Hayes had responsibility for commissioning care.
They assist older adults who wish to remain in their homes, or can help families in the search for a suitable nursing home placement or extended care if the need occurs.
Just over 500 are awaiting long-term care either through funding arrangements or access to a suitable nursing home placement in either the public or private residential care facilities.
The program serves veterans of any age enrolled in the VA health care system who are at risk of nursing home placement and their family caregivers.
A Solihull NHS Care Trust spokeswoman said :"If a person needs a residential or nursing home placement, a placement is found which meets the individual needs of the person and as close to family and friends as possible.
A nursing home placement would cost in the region of pounds 450-pounds 500 per week instead of the pounds 350 pounds a day it costs in hospital with more saving in domiciliary care.
Because nursing home placement does not necessarily improve the lives of caregivers and, given the relatively modest success of interventions to assist caregivers (Smits et al.
Actions/ interventions utilized by the PN resulted in families avoiding unnecessary emergency room visits and doctor visits and decreasing warranted hospitalizations, assisted living and nursing home placements by providing early interventions, ongoing chronic disease management assistance and in-home support.