Specialist Case Management
for children and adults with brain injury and complex needs
Brain Injury I Birth Injury I Cerebral Palsy I Spinal Injury
           Orthopaedic injuries
I Pain Management

Case Managers play an important role in meeting the health and social care needs of individuals, and we've become an official supporter of @IRCaseManagers because we are committed to providing quality
case management services and protecting the public

We provide specialist Case Management services to children and adults who have sustained life changing injuries,  including traumatic brain injury, birth injury, spinal cord injury and amputation.

Our experienced team provide a holistic, knowledgeable and responsive service, working with clients 
and their families to help them achieve the highest quality of life and fulfil their potential.

 

We can provide you with a highly skilled, experienced Case Manager, and refer you to appropriate rehabilitation  professionals experienced in working with

adults and children throughout the country.

We are a CQC registered and inspected service and this ensures you a quality, well-led, safe, effective and caring service. 

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Our latest Support Work vacancies:

We understand the devastating effect that a serious injury has on a person and their family, and we are experienced, client centred, and ready to respond to your needs.

Your personal injury Solicitor will contact us to arrange an initial meeting, which can be at your home if you choose, and we can start the assessment process to identify what is important to you and your family, and how the support can be tailored around your needs.

We may help you with:
  • Providing information about your condition, the help available, about the medico-legal process and how to get the best out of services:

  • Advocating on your behalf and helping to get the best out of your NHS, Social Services and school.

  • Assistance with securing funding for support, healthcare and education

  •  Commissioning and managing rehabilitation: finding suitable private therapists; for example physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists and psychologists

  • Getting together a rehabilitation plan based around your goals, facilitating progress, monitoring and managing therapy teams

  • For children, supporting integration and progress with education; including going in to school and working with teachers

  • Working with rehabilitation centres and assisting with discharge planning

  • Resourcing and advising on specialist equipment, vehicles and housing adaptations

  • Finding and organising holidays and leisure activities

  • Developing bespoke care and support packages- recruiting, training and supervising Support Workers

  • Payroll services for clients who have chosen to employ their own staff, but want support to manage them

  • Assisting with post 16 placements and transitional living

  • Enabling a return to work

  • Pain management advice

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