Good Practice in Brain Injury Case Management

Brain injury case management involves the care and support of brain-injured individuals and their families in a range of areas, from personal injury litigation to the planning of treatment and therapy regimes.

Good Practice in Brain Injury Case Management provides a guide to effective case management, outlining all the key issues that professionals working with brain-injured people will need to know, from understanding what brain injury actually is and how it feels to experience it to strategies for rehabilitation, assessing risk and implementing support plans. The contributors are drawn from a wide range of disciplines, including social work, neuropsychology, occupational therapy and legal practice, and offer information and advice in clear jargon-free.

This is an essential handbook for case managers and all other professionals working with brain injured people.

Reviews/Praise for the book:

‘one of the most important and practical volumes on the delivery of brain injury services to appear in the last ten years and it sets a gold standard of best practice. It is essential reading.’
– Dr Nicholas Priestley, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist

‘Whatever stage your practice is at, you can learn something here to your, and your client’s, advantage.’ 
– British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers

‘…this is an excellent book for present and would be Brain Injury Case Managers. It would also be of benefit for those who provide services for people with other clinical and legal responsibilities for this group of clients.’
– Annie Gent, Director of Clinical Programmes, Brain Injury Services
Good Practice in Brain Injury Case Management 
Edited by Jackie Parker 
Foreword by David J. Price 
Good Practice in Health, Social Care and Criminal Justice 11 
224 pages 
ISBN 1 84310 315 X 


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