Shelley Morgan

Job Title: Case Manager

Email: admin@stokescasemanagement.co.uk
Website: www.stokescasemanagement.co.uk

Shelley Morgan
BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing / BSc (Hons) Midwifery
BSc Specialist Community Public Health Nurse (Health Visiting)
NMC registered / Member of BABICM
DBS checked and ICO registered (GDPR)

Shelley is a highly experienced case manager, qualified specialist community public health nurse (health visitor), midwife, and adult nurse. She has 17 years of experience working for the NHS and 5 years of experience working in the voluntary sector caring for clients with mental illnesses.

During her career, Shelley has developed a wide range of skills and experience working with adults, children, babies, and their families. She has experience working across a range of specialist wards, including A&E, orthopaedics, surgical, general medicine, rehab, and maternity and has also worked in safeguarding, domestic abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, mental health, and health promotion. Shelley has vast experience of working with adults and children with disabilities, including autistic spectrum disorder, global developmental delay, dyspraxia, attentional difficulties and cerebral palsy.

Shelley employs a holistic approach when assessing her clients. She ensures that their needs are prioritised and that treatment is appropriately tailored to those particular needs. Her team-leading skills are exceptional, as are her communication skills (gaining great respect from the professionals she works with and earning the trust and respect of her clients and their families). Shelley is a highly experienced report writer with an excellent writing style.

Key skills:

  • Employs a holistic and empathetic client-centred approach.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Provides comprehensive assessments and identification of client and carer needs.
  • Excellent organisational skills (which are essential to enable coordination of care/support teams).
  • Passionate about supporting adults and children with disabilities to develop their independence skills and self-confidence.
  • Considerable experience working in a multi-professional/multidisciplinary arenas, involving staff from the statutory, voluntary and independent sectors.
  • Extensive experience of health and social care services for adults and children.