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Lyndy-Lee Green

Case Manager (Advanced Registered Practitioner), 

Registered Occupational Therapist

Lyndy has more than 20 years' expertise in working with clients and families following catastrophic injuries and she works with children and adults. She draws on her experience of working as a brain injury rehabilitation Occupational Therapist, as well as her years working in Paediatric occupational therapy.

She has experience in managing clients with complex and varying needs, from those with more hidden difficulties, to those with profound physical and cognitive difficulties. She has experience in setting up support packages including complex 24 hour packages, and coordination of individually tailored multidisciplinary services and rehabilitation teams.

Lyndy has a wide range of medico legal knowledge and experience in attending court hearings, and providing witness statements and costed reports.

Lyndy is an advanced member of BABICM, and has provided a key role as the Peer Reviewer within BABICM, as part of the Professional Standards Group. 


Lyndy developed a special interest in brain injury rehabilitation while working  at the Sheffield Children’s Hospital Trust.  This involved working with children with complex neurological conditions in the hospital setting, within their own homes, as well as in specialist and mainstream schools.


Lyndy specialised in neurodisability, taking up a post as an Occupational Therapist in a brain injury rehabilitation unit where she worked with a wide range of clients, from their discharge from acute services to reintegration in the community, working as part of a specialist multidisciplinary team.


Lyndy has managed teams of  case managers, has regularly delivered training to colleagues, and has presented at conferences for professionals within the field of brain injury and neurodisability.

She has been published in the Journal of Social Care and Neurodisability, 2012 and holds a Certificate in Advanced Practice, Cognitive and Perceptual Processes in Child Development (2012) Sheffield Hallam University

Stacey McCullagh

Case Manager, Brain Injury and Complex Needs (Children's and Adults Services)

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Stacey is a Registered Adult Nurse, Nurse Prescriber (v100) and Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (Health Visitor) with experience of working with children and adults with a diverse range of conditions and needs.  She is dedicated to her work and passionate about delivering a high level of service at all times.


Stacey has significant experience of working within the medico-legal services. She draws on her experience of working in an occupational health setting, where she carried out health assessments for individuals unable to work due to health conditions. She is skilled at identifying the obstacles preventing them from returning to activities and work, and making recommendations to address the issues. She has in-depth knowledge and experience of statutory assessments for health and disability benefits.


Stacey has experience of report writing, communicating with legal teams and managing a complex caseload. Stacey has worked as a Health Visitor in the community undertaking in-depth health assessments for children under 5. Working with families she applied diverse skills including addressing healthy lifestyles, substance use issues,  breastfeeding, safe sleep advice, and manging long term conditions. She has supervised other staff while working as a Team Leader.


Working independently in the community managing a busy caseload, Stacey has experience of managing issues such as safeguarding and complex needs within families, while using a person centred and rehabilitative approach.

As both a qualified children’s’ and adult Nurse, Stacey has worked throughout the Sheffield Hospitals on a variety of wards.


Key Skills:

  • Excellent communication – able to build rapport with clients quickly and effectively both face to face and via telephone


  • Report writing – able to document effectively and concisely


  • Case management and assessment – assessing clients, identifying and addressing needs, utilising sound clinical judgement, and adhering to best clinical practice

  • Excellent organisation – diary and workload management, ability to work autonomously, meeting challenging targets and deadlines


  • Problem solving - ability to use initiative to overcome obstacles

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Melissa Marum

Case Manager, Brain Injury and Complex Needs (Children's and Adults Services)

Melissa has worked in brain injury services for over 10 years and has experience of working with clients with a wide variety of neurological conditions. She has specialised in working with children with brain injury, cerebral palsy and complex needs. She has a wealth of expertise in working with brain injured clients and specialises in settled cases, with experience in the assessment and preparation of costed case management reports, recruiting and managing Support Workers, and coordination of individually tailored multidisciplinary services and rehabilitation teams. She draws on her experience of working within brain injury rehabilitation services as well as her time spent delivering core case management. Melissa has an excellent rapport with all of her clients, and demonstrates professionalism and creativity in her work. She is thorough, dedicated, and experienced at managing post trial cases efficiently and in a client centred manner. She works confidently with a range of professionals including Therapists, Personal Injury Solicitors and Court of Protection Deputies.

Experience and skills:


  • Brain injury

  • Cerebral palsy

  • Complex disabilities

  • Children and young people

  • Education and  Health Care Plans

  • Welfare benefits

  • Learning disability

  • Transition (young people to adults’ services)

  • Support Worker recruitment, training  and management

Rachel Outram

 Quality Auditor Assistant (currently mat leave)

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Rachel Outram is an experienced Quality Auditor having worked in supported living services, and assists with our quality audits. Rachel  will be ensuring delivery of high quality service provision and maintaining the company’s strong client centred focus. She has experience of working within the care sector, visiting clients in receipt of services in their own homes, to audit the quality of Support Worker service provision, and measure client satisfaction. She also has personal experience of the medico-legal process and brain injury, and maintains a strong client centred ethos.   


Josh Green


Case Management Solutions Ltd have a dedicated administration  team in the office, working to ensure  smooth and effective running of the service, and supporting the team

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