Peacocks Ward is a small and supportive four bedded acute service for men. It is a peaceful and quiet environment which has the sole aim of working with service users to plan for their discharge out of hospital. Peacocks Ward has a great deal of space with social and recreational areas both inside and outside in the hospital grounds. There are many one-to-one activities and sessions held, and group activities are also available to join if people choose Service users on Peacocks Ward have support from the full MDT with a range of interventions available including occupational therapy, psychology, physiotherapy and social work. We have close links with the GP who visits on a weekly basis and we can arrange district nursing visits for more complex care needs. Amongst the outcomes we aim to achieve are: Improved wellbeing and social functioning A focus on rehabilitation and the development of independence skills Supporting service users to return to the community, by working with carers and other community provisions Improved physical health monitoring for service users in our care The provision of physical health management plans to support carers and other providers to maintain a service user’s health post discharge Upon discharge we will provide a management plan if required to support the new placement. We have a flexible approach to slower transfers and can facilitate most discharges, ensuring they are as successful as possible.