BABICM are excited to launch the latest research project.
NICE are looking for both lay members (people using services, family members and carers, and members of the public and community or voluntary sector) and people with a professional or practitioner background.
Our design the BABICM Christmas Card campaign is back!
The coronavirus crisis has severely limited the amount of face-to-face contact that rehabilitation services can have with their clients. See the full Irwin Mitchell report, contributed to by BABICM Chair Angela Kerr.
See the latest feature on the Institute of Registered Case Managers in this years copy of the Brain & Spinal injury Handbook.
Keep on Keeping on – Live Q&A session with BABICM
BABICM are looking for talented individuals who have had a brain or complex injury who may be interested in showcasing their artistic talents at next years BABICM Annual conference.
From 1st April 2020, all domiciliary care workers in Wales will need to be registered with Social Care Wales, in the same way as social workers are.
BABICM Chair Angela Kerr talks about 'Professionalising Case Management' at the APIL 30th Anniversary Conference.
BABICM are now registered as stakeholders with NICE for the following quality standards.
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