BABICM Autumn 2017 Bulletin
The BABICM Autumn 2017 Bulletin for Members is available by clicking on the image below. Read all the latest news, views and events updates tailored for brain injury case managers!
BABICM Spring 2017 Bulletin
The BABICM Spring 2017 Bulletin for Members is available by clicking on the image below. Read all the latest news, views and events updates tailored for brain injury case managers!
Following the House of Lords decision to review the Mental Capacity Act Mark Holloway of Head First coordinated an initial letter to Lord Hardie QC chair of the select committee in October 2013. A number of BABICM members and other well-known ABI professionals supported and contributed to this letter and to the ensuing process. BABICM also made a submission to the House of Lords Select Committee, including evidence submitted by members and were delighted that this was substantially quoted within the report produced by the committee.
The dialogue established good links and resulted in Mark being invited to make a presentation at the Department of Health. This invitation resulted in this attached report which has again been compiled/coordinated by Mark Holloway with significant input and support from a wide number of other interested parties. The report details the recommendations for action following the House of Lords Select Committee – Post Legislative scrutiny report into the Mental Capacity Act and was presented to the Department of Health on Wednesday 17 September 2014. Their response was positive and wide circulation of the report was advised.
Revisiting the neurofunctional approach: Conceptualizing the core components for the rehabilitation of everyday living skills
A BABICM member has co-authored the above academic journal article in Brain Injury. We hope that other members may find this article helpful.
What do Personal Injury Solicitors Expect of Case Managers?
This is an exploratory study into the expectations personal injury solicitors have of case managers and to what extent these are met, with implications for future case management practice.