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Paediatric Case Management

Our case managers are all specialists in providing case management and rehabilitation service packages for children.

Their experience means that they are able to support paediatric clients with all manner of injuries, disabilities and mental health issues. This includes children who have very complex needs. Likewise, they able to support clients through the transition between child and adult services.

We appreciate the importance of getting clients assessed quickly in order to put the interventions in place to facilitate their recovery. To do this, we have developed a quick and streamlined process:

  • Initial enquiry.
  • ILS quote for clients ‘Immediate Needs Assessment’ (INA) provided within 24 hours, CV of best-suited case manager is enclosed.
  • INA takes place with client and family members.
  • Case manager compiles in-depth report for proposed case management and rehabilitation package.
  • Instruction to commence is given from fund-holder.
  • Intervention begins immediately.

To find out more about what you can expect from an ILS case manager, the Immediate Needs Assessment, and ILS support, download our brochure below.

ILS Case Management & Rehabilitation Solutions Brochure

Call to request an INA from our operations managers Phil Perry or Sarah Ransome on

01722 742 442

Meet the Case Manager

  • Nichola Shellum
  • Catherine Williams
  • Nichola Shellum

    Nichola has 17 years’ experience of working with people with spinal cord injuries and has worked for ILS since 2006.

    She has a specialist interest in working with adults and children with spinal cord injuries, and also in disability sports.

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  • Catherine Williams

    Catherine has worked as a case manager for ILS since 2004, having qualified as an occupational therapist in 1989.

    Catherine has a wide range of experience working with children, young people and their families. She has skills in working with a variety of conditions and complex needs including cerebral palsy and acquired brain injury.

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