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Case Management


What is Case Management?

"Case Management is an active process devoted to the coordination, rehabilitation, care and support of people with complex, clinical needs and their families. It aims to facilitate their independence and improve the quality of life whilst acknowledging safety issues."  
British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers 2010


Case Management services provided by A Chance for Life Ltd

A Chance for Life Ltd are a small, friendly company and we take pride in providing a high quality, effective and efficient, personal service that is client centred and holistic to the needs of individuals and their families. We work with clients throughout the North of England and Scotland.

Case Management intervention involves the consideration of a variety of needs such as physical, mental and cognitive health, social care, recreation, education, vocational work and employment. Our team strive to be dynamic and innovative in their approach and, wherever possible, we involve clients in decision making about their rehabilitation and support. We set short and long term goals that are individualised and meaningful to the client, thus enabling them to reach their full potential and maximise their quality of life. 

We are a team of healthcare professionals and can offer the following services:

  • Adult and Paediatric Case Management
  • Initial assessment
  • Identification and co-ordination of treating professionals
  • Liaison with statutory services
  • Implementation of rehabilitation programmes, including regular reviews
  • The recruitment, management and training of Support Workers, including 24 hour support teams
  • Supporting the client and their family through the litigation process

 

How our services are delivered

Telephone/email enquiry received. Relevant Professional consulted. Letter/email providing CV of professional and outline of costs.

Exchanged and agreed.

On receipt of written instructions, the allocated ACFL professional will review any medical and other reports provided by the instructing party. A home visit will be arranged with the client in order to undertake detailed assessment of needs.

Home visit carried out. Report including recommendations and costs will be sent to instructing parties.

Agreement of recommendations. Service commenced.