Anglia Case Management

Anglia Case Management has been providing specialist services to adults and children with complex disabilities since 1998. Our expertise includes Case Management, Rehabilitation, Manual Handling, Expert Witness Care Reports, and Care and Support services.

We work with clients who have suffered severe and complex injuries including:

  • brain injury,
  • cerebral palsy,
  • spinal cord injury,
  • amputation,
  • stroke and
  • orthopaedic injuries.

Our clients are based throughout London, and the East and South of England, and our head office is in Suffolk.

All staff are employed by ACM and work for the company on at least 3 days a week. Staff attend the office regularly for training, support and supervision; in additional to their professional registration, they are also members of BABICM and CMSUK.  ACM has been accredited as an Investor in People since 2012.

ACM is registered with the CQC and in 2019 was rated as providing an “Outstanding” service.

Where We Work

ACM currently works with Case Management clients in the areas marked green.

Our Care Experts work with adults and children throughout the UK and overseas.


News & Announcments

Continuing Professional Development at ACM

Intellectual growth should commence at birth and cease only at death: Einstein At ACM we take the concept of being a learning organisation very seriously.  ...
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Heart warming gifts for a client

One of our clients "D" lives in a nursing home, and loves to go shopping, being out and about, and spending time with people.   But ...
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Congratulations Emma on completing the PDP!

Emma Henty, one of our CYP Case Managers, who has just completed the ACM in-house Professional Development Programme. All new Case Managers take part in ...
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New outcome measures rolled out

This week we completed the training of our Case Managers in FIM+FAM: a new set of outcome measures which assess clients' levels of dependency, supervision ...
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In response to the recent government guidelines, we have reviewed the way in which we work with all stakeholders.

All ACM staff will continue to work from home where possible, with regular remote meetings and supervision.  However, if there is a business need, a limited number of staff will be able to work from the ACM office base in Tostock.

The easing in the restriction on outside exercise gives Case Managers and OTs the opportunity to meet with clients face to face, whilst maintaining social distancing.  Client visits will only take place after a detailed risk assessment has been carried out, if the visit is deemed to be “safe”, and of course only if required by the client and their family.  Staff will be provided with PPE.

We have communicated with all support staff to remind them to be alert, follow social distancing rules and good hand hygiene, and use the required PPE.  Although the risk of infection has reduced, support staff have also been reminded to inform us if they or their families are unwell.

We continue to take enquiries and referrals for new clients, and as long as social distancing is enforced and practical, we can carry out face to face meetings.

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