Case Management

Case management is a collaborative process that assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the options and services required to meet the client’s health and rehabilitation needs. Put simply, case managers bring order and stability to people’s lives, helping them to rebuild and reshape their futures following life changing injuries. 

We provide case management services to children and young people with an acquired or traumatic brain injury. Our case managers are registered with BABICM.

  • The Case Manager will co-ordinate and work in partnership with statutory services to ensure the client’s needs are met and monitor funding and provisions, as well as working with private therapists and services.
  • The Case Manager will communicate with the legal and insurance fee payers on the client’s case, ensuring the client understands the litigation process and the different stages and managing the impact on the client.
  • The Case Manager is able to coordinate with the education provision for clients that have special education needs. They can oversee the writing of education health care plans (EHCP), ensuring that children and young adults in education receive the best possible support to achieve their goals.
  • The Case Manager will promote client’s independence enabling them to be fully included and access the community for leisure, voluntary work, and paid employment.
  • The research, recruitment, training and supervision of care and support teams. This is usually the employment of an external agency.

We produce medico-legal expert witness reports for the court, following instruction from either claimant or defendant solicitors. These reports are produced following a remote or a face-to-face assessment.
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