Tell us who you are?

Ability Case Management

What services or products do you offer?

We are a team of case managers and assistant case managers with backgrounds in nursing, social work and occupational therapy. We coordinate person-centred rehabilitation and support for individuals with Acquired Brain Injury, Spinal Cord Injury, and/or Orthopaedic Injury.

How many team members are currently employed – who are they and what do they do?

We have 8 employed team members:

David Lowe – Director/Senior Case Manager / Occupational Therapist

Ed Leonards –  Senior Case Manager / Occupational Therapist

Corinne Waters – Case Manager / Social Worker

Eugenia Matope – Case Manager / Social Worker

Stacey Tobin – Associate Case Manager

Alex Wood – Associate Case Manager

Kirsty Jefferies – Assistant Case Manager / Apprentice Occupational Therapist

Caroline Wardle – Administrator / Compliance Lead

Lindsey Wardle –  Administrator

Ryan Mills– Administrator

What made you want to start your own business / or work for your company?

I established Ability Case Management to assemble a team of like-minded professionals dedicated to delivering bespoke services for individuals who have experienced significant injury, ensuring they receive the highest standard of rehabilitation and support.

Why was Bury Businesslodge chosen as a location / how long have you been here?

We have been located at Bury Business Lodge for over 5 years.

It’s a great location with easy access to the motorway network in the Northwest, making it perfect for meetings. We offer ample parking.

Our professional and friendly working environment maintains high standards of customer care. We provide excellent facilities including a gym and meeting rooms. No request is ever too.

Are you based in any other location?

Our head office is based in Bury, but we have case managers and clients in other areas. We also work with clients and referrers in Turkey, Ireland, and Australia!

Are you planning anything exciting in the near future… personal or business?

Our team takes part in a variety of charitable events throughout the year. Our director is running the York 10k on 4th August. We are also planning a ‘Summer Works Event’ for team building.

What’s the best piece of professional advice you’ve ever received?

 

You’re on a team night out, where do you go?

We like to visit Manchester. We usually start off with an activity such as darts or bowling, followed by a meal and a few drinks!