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What is the Role of the Case Manager?

Case Management
What is a Case Manager?
HACM Model of Case Management
The role of the Case Manager will include:
  • Assessing the client’s abilities and needs before commencement of rehabilitation, and on an ongoing basis thereafter, to ensure that service provision remains appropriate.
  • Coordinating input from therapists and other professionals and organising regular multi-disciplinary review meetings. Preparation and distribution of minutes and new programmes.
  • Identification and resourcing information to prepare an individual portfolio for each client.
  • Working closely with the client and family to ensure that ongoing and future changing needs are met.
  • Building professional links with education and employers where appropriate.
  • Recruitment, supervision and monitoring of support staff, providing training on all aspects of brain injury and organising multi-disciplinary training.
  • Assisting with obtaining, and reviewing, Statements of Educational Needs.
  • Liaising with the Disability Employment Advisor and organising application for statutory benefits and future reviews.
  • Assisting with resourcing of specialist equipment in conjunction with an independent occupational therapist and facilitating arrangements to try items under their supervision.

What is a Case Manager?

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