About me

I am a fully qualified, independent case manager and advanced BABICM member.


I have developed a comprehensive range of experience and knowledge through over twenty-five years of social work and brain injury case management with adults and children who have complex disabilities in a variety of settings.


I have constantly updated my understanding and practice, in partnership with my clients, their families, care networks, and fellow professionals. Through practical application and continuous professional development, I am able to offer empathic and informed support to the client and professional coordination to their legal representatives and fellow professionals.


I have a wealth of understanding and insight into the challenges of compromised health and multiple disabilities and aim to help clients navigate through the strains of the litigation process and beyond, towards optimum potential.  I’m committed to listening to all relevant views and insights to ensure client needs are the central focus.



07905 070190


London and North West London

London Home Counties


Within the case management role, I aim to provide:


Initial assessment of immediate needs, followed by an on-going review to maintain holistic support and coordination. I aim to keep the client at the centre, during and after the litigation process.

Listening, advocacy and support for the client and family.

Effective research and organisation, on behalf of the client and their legal representatives in order to access appropriate resources.

Liaison with appropriate agencies (solicitors, insurers and deputies), to secure and justify funding, and on-going consideration of budgets.

The organisation of rehabilitation and therapy via appropriate private or statutory services.  Monitoring of client’s health and therapy to promote optimum safety, comfort and daily living.


Liaison with all relevant people regarding client’s litigation, education, work, occupation, leisure and domestic requirements and aspirations.

Arrangement and monitoring of care regimes, recruitment and training for support workers and families.

Ensuring accommodation, adaptation and equipment meets the client’s needs.
Monitoring of long term needs post-litigation and responding to change.