• 21 July 2017 Posted on News, 0 Comment

    Case management careers in North West, North East and East of England

    Do you want an exciting new challenge? We are looking for experienced clinical professionals in the North West, North East and East of England to join our nationwide team of case managers. We pride ourselves on our reputation for providing the highest quality case management service and we are looking for a highly motivated and enthusiastic case managers who share that commitment, to join our dynamic interdisciplinary team. Read our Case Manager Job Profile and contact us for more information

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  • 20 March 2017 Posted on News, Comments Off on Our newest BABICM Advanced Member

    Our newest BABICM Advanced Member

    Congratulations to Steve Pimm on becoming a BABICM Advanced Member! We're delighted to announce that following a successful peer review, Steve Pimm, our Senior Case Manager based in Bury, has been awarded Advanced Membership of BABICM (the British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers). Steve, who celebrates his 5th anniversary with Rehab Without Walls this month, is a physiotherapist by background, with over 20 years' experience working in the field of brain injury. In a recent survey, one client's deputy commented; Steve is a very knowledgeable and approachable case manager. I have recommended his ...

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  • 13 September 2016 Posted on News, Comments Off on A New BABICM Advanced Member

    A New BABICM Advanced Member

    Congratulations to Kate Lewis, who has just become a BABICM Advanced Member! We're thrilled to announce that Kate Lewis, our case manager based in Tamworth, has passed her peer review and become an Advanced Member of BABICM. Kate, who has been with Rehab Without Walls for 3 years, is a paediatric nurse by background and also has extensive experience in managing care packages. In a recent satisfaction survey, a financial deputy said; Kate is a fantastic case manager who shows empathy towards her client as well as adopting a professional “can do” ...

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  • 3 May 2016 Posted on News, Comments Off on Continuing the road to Quality – Author: Dr Neil Brooks

    Continuing the road to Quality – Author: Dr Neil Brooks

    On Friday 12th September 2014 Rehab Without Walls presented a successful conference for invited guests entitled “The Long and Winding Road: Case Management and Rehabilitation in the Community” to celebrate our 20th birthday.  The conference celebrated Rehab Without Walls’ achievements, and outlined the importance of focusing on improving the quality of what we do, looking constantly at how we do things, and asking whether they could be done differently or better.  Speakers at the conference included Rehab Without Walls Directors (Dr Neil Brooks & Ms Cathy Johnson), Senior Judge Lush ...

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  • 24 July 2015 Posted on News, Comments Off on Working as a CARF Surveyor

    Working as a CARF Surveyor

    What is CARF? CARF stands for the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities.  It is an international organisation based in the USA, and is a “not for profit” company that accredits healthcare services across four continents. In the USA, the CARF accreditation is a badge which is used to secure funding from governmental funding organisations. In this country it is used as a clear indication that the organisation provides excellent healthcare services. Currently more than 50,000 programmes and services at 23,000 locations can say that they meet the standards required ...

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  • 24 July 2015 Posted on News, Comments Off on Assessing Mental Capacity: An Update for Psychologists

    Assessing Mental Capacity: An Update for Psychologists

    A meeting on Mental Capacity was organised on 24th April 2015 in Central London, with the support of the Division of Neuropsychology of the British Psychological Society. The meeting focused very much on practical aspects of assessing Mental Capacity both in medicolegal and clinical contexts in people who have had a brain injury. The meeting was a result of many months of discussion and consultation by Dr Neil Brooks of Rehab Without Walls, and neuropsychology colleagues involved in both Statutory Services and Independent Practice, in ...

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