complex needs

complex needs

A general UK term for a patient with multifactorial needs, both medical (e.g., diagnostic, therapeutic, rehabilitative) and social (e.g., housing, nutritional, interpersonal).
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Tenders are invited for nursing home provision for individuals with complex needs
The complex needs play scheme for children aged eight to 18 has run at Heronsbridge School during Easter and summer holidays for several years.
Lydgate currently has 83 places, all for pupils with complex needs and if the changes went ahead there would be 164 places.
Talbot House Trust, in Walbottle, already provides schooling for pupils with complex needs aged seven to 18.
THE George Hardwick Foundation is raising funds to help create a learning room for children with complex needs.
The scheme coordinates teams of professionals to provide support to families who often have complex needs.
The Scottish Further and Higher Education Funding Council's (SFC) Corporate Plan (2009-12) makes clear its commitment to learners with profound and complex needs.
Richard reports on a two-year investigation in the treatment of seven youths with complex needs.
Leveraging Apollo's real estate investment expertise, AREFIN provides customized single-source and subordinate financing solutions for clients with complex needs.
The new centre will cater for up to 180 pupils aged between 3-19 with the most complex needs.
NextHop continues to listen to the complex needs of network equipment manufacturers, enhancing our software to meet their needs--by providing the quickest and most cost-effective way to integrate high-quality control plane software with the rest of their system.
People with complex needs do not get a joined-up response.