‘Case Managing with Curiosity and Creativity: Planning the Best Personalised Care’ was a sell out event held at the Midland Hotel in Manchester on December 3rd 2019 and chaired by David Knifton QC at Exchange Chambers. Sessions led by experts in Case Management, Training, Care Management, CHC Funding and Deputyship. Many delegates took to Twitter to share their positive feedback and post updates throughout the day. We thought we’d share a few with you, below:


Talks included:

  • Engaging Your Curiosity and Creativity to Enable Personalised Care: Examples from Our Peers
    Dr Allison Saltrese, Clinical Case Manager, RT Disability Consultants Limited
  • It’s because they have a brain injury!” Unpicking what is or is not important, and what is required from the support workers and the MDT
    Louise Chance Case Manager, A Chance for Life
  • Direct Employment or Agency: A Deputy’s Perspective –
    Frances Mayne, Deputy, Wilsons Solicitors
  • Professional Curiosity: an essential component of complex health and social care situations
    Barbara Firth, Independent Trainer and Consultant
  • Negotiating the minefield of CHC funding – understanding the process and the framework to achieve optimum outcomes’
    Sue Peters , Independent Advocate/ Statutory Care Advisor, HCMS Ltd
  • The Hidden Glue: Getting the best from your Support Workers’
    Lucy Fallon, Care Manager, Ariya Neuro Care

Delegates can request copies of the slides from secretary@babicm.org