Telerehab toolkit

Welcome to our toolkit!

What is telerehab?

Telerehabilitation (or telerehab) is the delivery of rehabilitation services via remote methods such as video-based (online) and telephone. 

Who is the toolkit for?

This toolkit of resources is a guide for health and social care practitioners, patients and their families. It is designed to help in undertaking effective remote consultations for people with physical disabilities and movement impairment, including people recovering from COVID-19. 

What is the content based on?

The content is based on literature searches, discussions with over 100 practitioners, students, patients and their families, and a survey of 247 UK health and social care practitioners.

About our research

Find out more about the Telerehab Project and who is involved

Introducing the Telerehab Toolkit

Professor Jenny Freeman introduces the Toolkit and talks through how to navigate the sections within it.




Getting the most out of remote appointments: tips for patients and practitioners

Practitioners, patients and their family members share their views, experiences and tips for a successful remote appointment. The video covers the benefits of remote appointments, how the appointments work, dealing with technical problems, remote physical assessments and more.


 

The Telerehab Toolkit is evolving

We're at the start of our journey, working with patients and practitioners to ensure that we provide the best information available at this time. Keep visiting our pages over the coming months and you will see changes as we take on board feedback from our stakeholders.

If you would like to share your constructive thoughts and suggestions we'd love to hear them.

We would also like to hear from people (patients and practitioners) who have used the toolkit:

  • How did you use it?
  • Has it been useful for you?
  • Has it changed your practice?

Please email telerehab@plymouth.ac.uk