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'Getting Life Back On Track' highlights some of the dedicated experts who support our seriously injured clients through their rehabilitation programme.
The series focuses on some of the healthcare professionals that we will put clients in contact with, as we support them and their family in their legal claim.
The aim of this mini-series is to help clients and their families to further understand the rehabilitation process and the roles of some of the medical experts who will help them get their life back on track.
Episode 1 – Carol Collins, Chair of the British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers, explains what case management is, how and when a case manager gets involved with our clients and what makes a good case manager. Download our guide to the role of case managers
Episode 2 – Anna Wilkinson, Consultant Neurophysiotherapist and Managing Director at More Rehab in Sheffield, explains what rehabilitation therapy is and what makes a good rehabilitation provider. She also talks about the different healthcare professionals that are involved in rehabilitation programmes and how they help our clients. Download our guide on rehabilitation
Episode 3 - We visit the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust – a brain injury rehabilitation centre where Dr Ivan Pitman, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, explains what they offer to individuals at the centre. Walking round the centre, he describes how they assess an individual’s rehabilitation needs in order to tailor their specific rehabilitation programme, explains some of the healthcare professional’s roles in ensuring these programmes are carried out as well as explaining what makes a good brain injury service.
Episode 4 - In this episode Sean McCallion, Corporate Partnerships Manager from The Back Up Trust, discusses how to choose a wheelchair, where to look for one and where to learn further wheelchair skills. Irwin Mitchell’s Client Support Manager, Anne Luttman-Johnson, a wheelchair user for over 25 years, also gives her insight into what her wheelchair means to her.
Episode 5 - Dr David Quinn, Consultant Neuropsychologist explains what a Neuropsychological Assessment is, who would conduct one, when would someone with a head or brain injury need an assessment and who uses the results of these assessments.
To view the different episodes, click Play All below and then select an episode by clicking Playlist and choosing the video you would like to watch.
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