There are some cases where patients have not yet been discharged from the acute teams care at the point that the 6-month assessment is due.
SSNAP is only commissioned to collect data up to the point of 6-month assessment, therefore teams should discharge the patient on SSNAP to allow for the 6-month assessment data to be entered. This should be done even if they are still receiving therapy after the 6-month mark. You can still continue giving the patient therapy if that has been decided locally, but the SSNAP record should be locked and transferred to the relevant 6 month assessment provider.
At the point the 6 month assessment is due, the therapy the patient is receiving is not likely to be intensive therapy and capturing small amounts of therapy which are taking places beyond the 6-month assessment will not be significant to your SSNAP data.