Anticipatory care plan

This anticipatory care plan outlines common complications people with Parkinson's might experience in the community, why these may arise and what actions professionals can take to address them to prevent an unnecessary hospital admission.

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Topic
  • Anticipatory / advanced care
  • Care strategies
  • Mental health
  • Service improvement
  • Side effects
  • Symptoms
  • Treatments and medication
Resource type
  • Publications
Profession
  • All professions
  • Care manager
  • Care worker
  • Dietitian
  • Doctor (Geriatrician)
  • Doctor (GP)
  • Doctor (Neurologist)
  • Doctor (Other)
  • GP
  • Healthcare Assistant
  • Nurse (other)
  • Nurse (Parkinson's nurse)
  • Occupational therapist
  • Pharmacist
  • Physiotherapist
  • Psychiatrist
  • Psychologist
  • Social care assessor
  • Social worker
  • Speech and language therapist
Stage
  • Complex
  • End of life
  • Maintenance

The care plan is for patients with Parkinson's living at home with a care package or in a residential/nursing home setting.

It has been developed by Pete Smith at Milton Keynes Primary Care Trust (now NHS Milton Keynes).

It forms Appendix A in the Providing better support to people with Parkinson's in the community and preventing unnecessary hospital admissions interactive resource.

Download anticipatory care plan (PDF, 709KB)