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We pride ourselves on the provision of high-quality brain injury rehabilitation services at Reach, and we are always looking at ways that we can improve both our service delivery and industry practices. This is why we are very pleased to announce our support for the Institute of Registered Case Managers (IRCM) in its formative year. Case management is a piece of the rehabilitation puzzle that has, at times, been adversely affected by the absence of any formal regulatory framework or governance, and the conception of a professional body will take a huge stride towards assuring compliance with a set of prescribed standards for registered case managers.
Heather Batey, our Managing Director, said “I’m delighted that we are supporting the IRCM in this, their inaugural year. As Reach is both a clinical and therapeutic service, strong case management to act as the conductor of the wider team is absolutely key. Until now there has been little regulatory process within case management. However, the IRCM is addressing the need for a gold standard process through excellent clinical case management standards within a competency framework and a clear professional pathway. This action is enabling an accreditation model, which to date, has been missing. Congratulations to the IRCM, we plan to support them with their continuing developments in the coming years.”
If you would like to learn more about the goals and vision of the IRCM, you can read about them here. If you are a case manager looking to refer a client to our high-quality neuro-rehabilitation services for those with traumatic brain injury, contact us here.