Referrals from case managers

Linda Atterton is a part-time self-employed consultant routinely working with case managers from various companies. As a member of their team she therefore has an appreciation and understanding of the importance of the case manager's role in the rehabilitation process. She also understands the interface between their role and a neuropsychologist's role and the kind of assessment they usually need her to carry out. She is familiar with the processes involved, the nature of the reports needed, and the need to be as goal-orientated and outcome-focused as possible in planning or recommending therapy. She has experience in training and supervising case managers in using psychological models. She enjoys working with teams and is contacted by other case management companies to assess and provide treatment to clients within East Anglia.

She is familiar with the processes involved, the nature of the reports needed, and the need to be as goal-orientated and outcome-focused as possible in planning or recommending therapy. She has experience in training and supervising case managers in using psychological models. She enjoys working with teams and is contacted by other case management companies to assess and provide treatment to clients within East Anglia.

To refer a client as a case manager:

Please contact Linda Atterton for a preliminary discussion to establish the needs of the client. An assessment can be quickly arranged after which a treatment plan can be agreed with the case manager and the client. Fees are negotiable, depending upon the individual case. Home visits are easily arranged although most clients like the clnic setting with its easy parking, cafe, and out of city location. However we equally appreciate the value of seeing clients in their own homes.

Referrals from other professionals

BrainCurve welcomes referrals from doctors and other team members involved in the client’s care. Linda Atterton is used to working with multi-disciplinary teams and preliminary enquiries are welcome. Referrals via CICA can be made directly or through the solicitor involved.

Recent referrals have involved prison visits which can be arranged within East Anglia and London. Typical referrals involve assessment of mental capacity, alcohol acquired brain damage, and PTSD as well as more common referrals such as head injury or stroke.

The advantage to the client of a private referral is quick access to assessment, treatment and reports and tailor-made rehabilitation or therapy. Fees are arranged on a case by case basis.

 
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