The Recovery Of A Recovery Orientated System Of Care Essays

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The Recovery Philosophy is a set of 10 Quality principles to enable the person and services to work together when the choice to seek help has been taken. (Government et al 2014) These principles are measured at all levels from provider to national audit. This document followed the publication of, A framework for Action (Scotland 2009) where the 4 areas for action were identified. Also that year it was highlighted Scotland’s relationship with alcohol required changes, with findings that the average man and woman were exceeding recommended guidelines on a weekly basis (Scottish Government 2009).
Recovery is the sequence of progress where a person with states of being dependent on a drug or alcohol is central, with individual care custom-designed to their needs. Substance misuse (using something the wrong way) is a preventable problem which, if not treated will develop and become long lasting.
The model of Promoting Recovery and Developing a Recovery-Orientated System of Care (Scotland 2014), highlights 6 hallmarks to emancipate the person to make changes, giving value to the person and important others, while remaining secure from danger. It is preferred that community treatment rather than hospital admissions, being achievable with continuity of care using multiple stakeholders. Early action supports recovery and enhances preferred outcomes, for this improved access to quality care is extremely important.
As of 1st April 2016 joint working went live in Scotland with the…

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