What is Case Management?
Rehabilitation for Independence provide a comprehensive Case Management service.
Our Case Managers provide an array of services to assist individuals and families to cope with complicated health or medical situations; this includes but is not limited to spinal and acquired brain injury.
Acting in the best interest of the clients our Case Managers play an active role in an individual’s rehabilitation journey. Recognised in law to act in the best interests of the client all our Case Managers are recognised healthcare professionals such as; Registered Nurses, Social Workers and Occupational Therapists. Together we are committed to providing assistance in the most effective way possible.
A Case Manager will assess an individual’s needs and will help to identify goals and resources to help them to achieve a better quality of life.
Following an assessment, the Case Manager will:
- Together with the client formulate a plan to meet these goals.
- Help the client to find resources and facilitates a connection with services and rehabilitation programs.
- Advocate on behalf of the client to obtain the services required.
- Maintain communication with the client, medical professionals and the care team involved in their client’s rehabilitation to evaluate whether the plan is effective in meeting the client’s goals.
Meet our Case Managers
Who do we provide this service to?
Rehabilitation for Independence Ltd provides bespoke case management services to clients throughout the North West who have sustained serious injuries including Acquired Brain Injury, spinal injuries and orthopedic injuries.Make a referral