CASE MANAGER SUPPORT

Supporting Case Managers with:

A prompt, timely Occupational Therapy initial needs assessment.

Home and work-based visits

Vocational rehabilitation

Without a waiting list


Recommendations for home and work can include:



HOME
– Rehabilitation with everyday activities, utilising specialist equipment, adaptations and daily living aids
– Minor adaptations such as grab rails

– Major adaptations such as level access showers and stairlifts

– Rehousing support

– Specialist equipment

– Wheelchair accessibility

WORK

– Vocational rehabilitation to become ‘work ready’
– Occupational/Workplace support

– Health and work assessment reports

– Ergonomics risk assessment
– Display screen equipment

TESTIMONIALS

“Sophia has supported our client-organizations’ employees on more than one occasion.She is an extremely knowledgeable occupational therapist, her reports are of superior standard and she is extremely professional and personable. We have the utmost confidence in her work and we would highly recommend her services.”

Dr. Tarek Aly, Clinical Director, Prospérité Occupational Health

“I work as a case manager and I would recommend Sophia for assessment and treatment with any case management or private clients, in or around the Leicester area. Sophia is enthusiastic, motivating, knowledgeable and focused on obtaining the best outcomes. I would not hesitate to use Sophia’s services for my clients in future.”

Paul Withington, Case Manager for Harrisons Solicitors

“As a Case Manager, I reached out to Sophia for assistance with one of my clients in her local area. This was the first time I had worked with Sophia and I have to say she is excellent. Sophia’s communication is clear, concise and she responds very quickly to emails. The quality of the assessment report was very good and it is evident that Sophia is very experienced and knowledgeable in her field given the recommendations she had made. My client provided positive feedback following the assessment and we both look forward to working with her further. I will definitely work with Sophia again in the future!”

David Dernie, Case Manager for HCML

What is the difference between occupational health and Occupational Therapy?


Occupational Health takes a preventive approach in an attempt to avoid potential work-related hazards.


Occupational Therapy seeks to promote an individuals’ ability to complete everyday tasks which they may be struggling with, due to physical or mental health difficulties.

Occupational Therapists can use therapeutic activities, equipment, aids and adaptations to assist recovery.