Director and Registered Manager
Anne-Marie qualified in 1996 with a first class honors degree in physiotherapy from the University of Liverpool.
She developed her therapy skills in various settings including the acute, community, NHS and private sectors, working in a wide range of disciplines including MSK outpatients, orthopaedics, intensive care, respiratory and surgical care, neurology, neuro-rehab, and wheelchair services.
In 2005, she transferred her professional and personal skills to a full time career in case management, specialising in brain injury and polytrauma cases from the outset.
Prior to setting up her own case management company, Anne-Marie worked as a senior case manager for a leading national case management provider where she supervised a team of case managers and was responsible for quality assurance of all initial needs assessment reports within the organisation.
She also spent a year developing brain injury services for a national care provider; providing a consultancy service and delivering brain injury training to service and regional managers and their teams nationwide.
Rehab Support Services Manager
James' career began working on a distance programme for prolific offenders who had been recently released from custody. He then worked as a programme facilitator in a hybrid behavioural programme and therapeutic community based at HMP Stocken in Rutland.
The impact of adverse childhood experiences on offending amongst the prisoners he worked with led him to pursue a new role working in early intervention and alternative education provision for excluded and at-risk children in Nottingham. he later worked for Lincolnshire County Council in the Youth Offending Service before progressing to a managerial position at a secure children’s home.
He returned to higher education five years ago, where he received an academic research scholarship; his research was published in January 2021 in the International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Looking to augment his academic studies with practical experience, he became a self-employed rehabilitation and support worker for adults with traumatic brain injuries. He found much of his prior training and experience directly transferrable and gained a huge amount of job satisfaction. He developed a deep appreciation for the importance of effective support in a client’s rehabilitation.