What can you expect from a Rehab Without Walls case manager?
The case manager makes sure that appropriate assessments are made, targets set and met, resources found, and key people identified, persuaded, and trained, all whilst ensuring that the client and their family are kept fully involved and that the client is empowered to make their own decisions wherever possible.
At Rehab Without Walls, we believe that it takes a special kind of person to be a good case manager. They may come from any one of a range of backgrounds including nursing, therapy, psychology, and social work, but should be skilled at working with clients in their own homes with complex, varied and often challenging needs. They must be flexible and able to adapt quickly to changing situations, calm in a crisis, sensitive to family needs and dynamics and a determined advocate for their client.