Helen talks about our service, sharing best practice, having choice and working together to optimise outcomes for clients.
Claire Hall, Case Manager
Claire talks about the role of a case manager, her experience and working for the service.
Lisa Turan, CEO Child Brain Injury Trust
Lisa talks about a shared approach to working with families, improving standards of care, levelling the playing-field and being the go to place for Child ABI.
Gordon Cartwright, Partner JMW Solicitors
Gordon talks about accessing the best possible treatment and rehabilitation for his clients and using specialist case managers who can get to grips with important issues for young people and their families.
Inez Brown, Partner Medical Accident Group
Inez talks about working in partnership with a responsive service and the importance of allowing a family to be a family following Acquired Brain Injury.
With a dedicated team for child brain injury cases, the Child Brain Injury Rehabilitation Service provides case management to the highest standards of clinical governance with passion and integrity for children and their families.
Holistic care from the outset
Our case managers are responsible for the co-ordination of varying levels of care. Typically they assess, plan, implement, monitor and evaluate rehabilitation, care and support services for a child following a brain injury and support families through a range of areas; from medical needs and therapeutic care through to housing, education, social and leisure and employment needs.
Legal support when it’s needed most
For those families actively involved in litigation, our case managers work alongside the legal team and insurers involved, as well as a wide range of service providers to ensure additional support in what can be a complex process.
Supporting the recruitment of care staff
Our Employment Support Service also takes away the challenges families may face in recruiting support workers into the home. Research, selection, appointment, training and induction of care staff is carried out by our experienced team, to ensure the right person joins the care team and meets the needs of the child and their family.
Further support can be given to assist the processes behind other employment related tasks such as the payment of wages and maintenance of relevant checks and compliance requirements.
Adapting to change
As well as focusing on the care requirements of the child, our case managers also support the organisation of any required housing adaptions or specialist service provision within the home, the purchase of equipment or the set-up of maintenance contracts.