What is Case Management:
Case Management ensures ones health, social care, educational and employment needs are met through a collaborative process of assessing, planning and implementing cost effective resources such as therapists in order to maximise an individuals potential.
What can a Case Management provider assist with?
Typically (not necessarily), a Case Management provider is sought by a Deputy either during the litigation process or after a clients case is settled. The provider assigns each client a Case Manager who works closely with the individual, their family and other healthcare professionals to support every aspect of life whether it be their physical or emotional wellbeing.
A Case Manager can assist with (but not limited to):
– Facilitating social activities i.e. visiting friends.
– Employing a care team.
– Sourcing specialised equipment, for example, Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles.
– Introducing clients to other healthcare professionals such as Occupational Therapists and monitoring progress.
– Ensuring various insurance policies are up to date.
A Case Management provider usually supports their Case Managers by ways of a HR Department (dealing with employment contracts, payroll etc should a client employ their own support team), some may even offer in-house rehabilitation services.
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