Vicky Moss MA

Vicky_Moss_10_2014bCase Manager / Care Expert

Vicky is a Social Worker, educated to Masters Level from Anglia Ruskin University. Throughout her career Vicky has worked with clients whose needs are both highly complex and unpredictable. Vicky has had the opportunity to work with clients with conditions including cerebral palsy, learning disabilities, acquired brain injuries, autistic spectrum disorders, and mental health conditions, as well as a range neurological, genetic and life limiting conditions.

Vicky has worked with children, young people and adults, together with their families. She has experience of working within a wide variety of settings including statutory children’s social work, client’s family homes, hospitals, residential care, day services and schools.

Most recently Vicky has been practising as a Social Worker within a Disabled Children’s Services. Her role included visits to clients and their families, completing and reviewing assessments of needs and risks, providing intervention work to proactively manage risks and needs, completing and reviewing care plans, chairing large meetings, costing and commissioning services, working as the lead Social Worker for children and young people who are subject to Child Protection Plans and Looked After Children, completing Court reports, attending Court, completing safety plans and risk assessments. This role has involved working in partnership with clients and their families and as part of large multi-disciplinary teams.

In addition to case management provision, Vicky is available to provide Expert Witness reports for litigation purposes, on the care, case management, and rehabilitation needs of adults following traumatic brain injury and other complex neurological conditions.

Vicky is a Registered Practitioner member of BABICM and is registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC).

 

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