Case Management

What is acquired brain injury?

An injury to the brain after birth and the immediate neo-natal period caused by accidents or assaults (‘head injuries’) or by illness (e.g. brain tumours, meningitis). It is the leading cause of death and disability in the UK.

Acquired brain injury changes lives, not only of the injured person, but their families. It can cause interacting and often complex difficulties affecting cognition, behaviour, social and language skills, physical ability and emotional well-being.

What is Case Management?

The role of a Case Manager is to assess, plan, implement, co-ordinate, monitor and evaluate the options and services required to meet an individual’s health, care, social, educational and vocational needs, and thus promote quality cost effective outcomes.

The Case Manager works with the client and their significant others to provide practical support, education on acquired brain injury, assist with disability adjustment and act as a link person with other agencies to maintain / improve the client’s quality of life, function, independence, social and vocational opportunities.

What is unique about our Case Managers?

Our clients come first and we have a strong commitment to making a difference to people’s lives. By putting this aim at the forefront of our work we achieve exceptional outcomes for our clients. The relationship that we have with our clients is one of partnership and we work hard to match our case managers effectively with a client’s needs. In addition all our case managers:

rehabilitation services

Service Criteria

The Rehabilitation Partnership provides its services to meet the following criteria: