The outcomes of increasing awareness of the significance of therapeutic interventions will be multifold. The outcomes can also be discussed with respect to each of the stakeholders just as the needs analysis was conducted.
The promotion of awareness of the benefits of physiotherapeutic interventions is the objective of this proposal. The increase of awareness will be good both for the health care client-the patient and the society. Both will not be aware of how previous expert researches have shown how disability is reduced to a greater extent as the concerns related to mobility become reduced with the planned interventions (Gorgon et al, 2007). This awareness will definitely benefit the quality of life of the patients as more patients will speak up to their physician for an integrated care delivery working with the physiotherapists. In addition research also established that physiotherapeutic intervention design for the patient after life altering surgeries are seen to reduce the risk of further complications. As a consequence their hospital stays are reduced. Opasich et al (2010) research should how rehabilitation becomes smoother when physiotherapy is made a part of the post-operative recovery procedures for the elderly population. In the aged population mobility is a greater concern. When surgery is not followed by the required amount of re-muscular training or the other necessary exercises it can foreshadow the benefits of the surgery. In addition it is also seen that mobility is one of the prime objectives for the aged population as Gorgon et al, (2007) states it ‘the social convenience’.
Foster et al (2014)’s research have stated how these forms of interventions will increased exercise adherence in patients who have osteoarthritis. With increased adherence to the exercises taught, the patient has reduced pain, will be able to regain better functionality and was also seen to have better autonomy (Foster et al, 2014).