rehabilitation case management in london ontario
for healthcare services such as rehabilitation case management in london ontario, look no further as Mary Anderson has got you covered.
here at KIDS Community HS We are Experts in rehabilitation case management in London Ontario
Mary Anderson, who is the founder of KIDS Community HS is an expert in rehabilitation case management in London Ontario. With over 30 years of experience, she has been able to successfully help clients of many different ages in London Ontario and surrounding regions.
What does rehabilitation case management entail?
Rehabilitation case managers, just like case managers, have a duty to coordinate, monitor, and act as a mediator for the client and healthcare professionals. Rehabilitation case managers figure out based on their expertise, what services, resources, and how to navigate the complex and confusing healthcare system so their clients have the most optimal experience and outcome while in the healthcare system. In addition, rehabilitation case managers actually meet the clients, and the client’s physician. This creates a much more personal and meaningful experience for the client as there is someone by their side who understand the various healthcare procedures and treatments they may have to undergo. Moreover, there is someone on their team who can relay the correct information to their assigned medical professionals, and also who can explain to the client in plain terms and on a personal level what is going on at every step of the way along with answer any questions or concerns the client may have.
Why you should trust mary with your rehabilitation case management in London Ontario
Some Of Mary's Experience With Rehabilitation Case Management
Mary has over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry and is one of the best case managers in London Ontario. Check her CV for more details about her professional experience, education, continuing education, and volunteer experience.
Qualified as an Expert Witness “in the area of children and adolescents who have sustained traumatic brain injuries, who suffer from PTSD and those that have learning, social, behaviour, cognitive and emotional deficits; Judge Paul Parly, January 11, 2017 and in Little V Sinton trial in in area of case management, future vocation/education, employment, and care needs, November 28, 2017
Supervising and coaching
Supervising and Coaching CYCW, Kinesiology students 2014 – 2017
Guest speaker for University of Toronto part I, II, III Special Education course, “Understanding Acquired Brain Injury” March 1998
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