Case Management
  
KayMag Occupational Therapy provides case management services for people who have suffered a catastrophic injury and specialises in neurological injuries such as spinal cord, brain injuries and people with complex care needs.
 
The support of a case manager should aim to assist people with disabilities to become more independent and active in community life. 
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 A case manager does this by working collaboratively with the person to:
 
  • Act as a coordinator of treatment and care services
  • Advocate for individuals and family members
  • Liaise with other members of the multidisciplinary team and significant others
  • Help locate appropriate services needed to assist with reaching goals
  • Create plans for treatment or recovery
  • Promote, enable and implement rehabilitative processes to assist with social, leisure and vocational aspirations
  • Monitor long term needs.