UK Case Management Ltd are pleased to have been able to support Wooden Spoon, the children’s charity of rugby this month. Further information about this great organisation and a link to their website is below:
Wooden Spoon is a children’s charity founded in 1983 that is dedicated to helping disadvantaged children and young people across the British Isles live happier, richer lives. We partner with the UK rugby community, receiving invaluable support for our activities and the opportunity to raise awareness of the work we do. In doing so, we involve some of rugby’s top sporting role models in making a difference in the lives of young people in need. We proudly comprise over 40 regional volunteer committees, a central national team and over 10,000 members. All regional committees undertake many local fundraising activities and only spend the money raised on projects in their local community. During our first 30 years, over 600,000 young people benefitted from more than £20 million of charitable support thanks to the efforts of our staff and volunteers. We are proud of our legacy, the work we do, and our ambitious plans for the future.
We are pleased to announce our next Networking Event will be on the 11th December at our offices in the Hawkhills Business Park, Easingwold.
The purpose of this free, non-profit venture is the sharing of information, to network with other professionals working with brain, spinal injury and poly-trauma clients, and to publicise the statutory, private and voluntary sector resources available within our professions.
If you wish to attend this event, please respond through the Groupspaces website.
This ensures that everyone can see who is attending, and allows us to track responses; we will use this system to calculate catering requirements. If you have any questions or queries please email our Operations Coordinator, Paul Marks, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Everyone at UK Case Management would like to congratulate the following for their recent NVQ success!
Hana Macharia – Qualified in QCF Level 2 in Health and Social Care
Faith Munywe – Qualified in QCF Level 2 in Health and Social Care
Jayne Richardson – Qualified in QCF Level 2 in Health and Social Care
Sharon Patterson – Qualified in QCF Level 2 in Health and Social Care
Maxine Samuels – Qualified in NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care
Val Needham – Qualified in NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care
Jason Gee – Qualified in NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care
Congratulations to Amanda Penny and Jason Gee on their promotions!
Amanda is now a Case Manager and Jason is an Assistant Case Manager.
In accordance with both UK Case Management’s clinical governance framework and CQC requirements as set out in Outcome 1 (respecting and involving people who use services) and Outcome 14 (supporting workers), we have undertaken a staff and client survey of our service provision. This is in order to a) reflect employees’ views of the Company as an employer and b) to collect information from recipients of care provision by this organisation in order to contribute to service development. We wish to thank all those who participated in the survey and have welcomed your valuable feedback.
Client Survey Summary 2012
Staff Survey Summary 2012
Everyone at UK Case Management Ltd would like to extend a warm welcome to our new Deputy Registered Manager and Case Manager, Sue Swales. Sue joins us from Irwin Mitchell and brings with her a wealth of both private and NHS experience in the field of Case Management, Brain Injury, Spinal Injury, and Poly-trauma injuries.
More information about Sue and her experience can be found in the About Us pages.
We are pleased to announce that we have a new Case Manager / Deputy Registered Manager who is due to start shortly! Further information will be released when the new posts commences.
Invitations have just gone out for the next Networking Forum to be held in Sheffield in May! If you are interested in attending the next event and feel you or your company are able to contribute we would love to hear from you!
We are looking forward to seeing new and old faces tomorrow at the next UK Case Management Networking Forum. For sat nav users, the address of the venue is PhysioFunction, Southfield, Station Parade, Harrogate HG1 1HB.
Our host has sent the following directions:
Directions to Southfields: When on Station Parade walk away from the town centre, past Waitrose. Once past the entrance to the car park for Waitrose, Southfield is the last building on the left at the traffic lights. The main door is up the ramp on the left of the pavement.
Unfortunately our offices are now very busy and parking is limited so people will need to park in town. There is a pay and display at the Odeon and The Victoria Shopping Centre large multi-storey on East Parade, HG1 5LB, both are a short walk.
If you have any problems on the day please give us a call!
The purpose of this free, non-profit venture is the sharing of information, to network with other professionals working with brain, spinal injury and poly-trauma clients, and to publicise the statutory, private and voluntary sector resources available within our professions. These meetings will be held every 2-3 months at varying locations in Yorkshire and the North East. Following the success of the networking events, and to make the meetings as accessible as possible, we shall be splitting the event into Yorkshire and North East meetings from Spring 2012. Our next meeting is being held on 29th February 2012 1-3pm at Physio Function, Southfield, Station Parade, Harrogate HG1 1HB. Please contact us for further details if you with to be added to the guest list.