Liam’s role within ACM is as an assistant case manager to adults with brain injury, Cerebral Palsy, spinal injuries or other complex disabilities. This involves managing a case load while working alongside the Lead Case Manager for each client. Liam’s role includes:
- Providing day to day case management to clients whose cases have settled and under the supervision of a Lead Case Manager;
- Management of support teams; including the supervision of staff, assisting with care planning and risk management, ensuring compliance with CQC requirements;
- Assist with the sourcing of information, services and specific equipment needs for clients;
- Monitoring of rehabilitation programmes and support clients to develop structured and purposeful activities.
Liam has several years’ experience supporting adults with Acquired Brain Injuries. Initially working at BIRT, Fen House while completing University studies in 2008 and then starting full time in 2011; he became a Team Leader in August 2014. Liam is experienced in supporting service users with rehabilitation goals, liaising with family members, and professionals within a multidisciplinary team, supervising rehabilitation support staff, and managing a staff team to support service users with their daily activities. He has worked with clients who have challenging behaviour and those with alcohol and substance misuse histories. Liam also undertook medication training to teach staff and was a Medication Competency Assessor at Fen House before leaving there to join ACM.
Liam is a graduate member of the British Psychological Society and affiliate member of the British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers.