Aimee Smith

Case Manager

BSc (Hons) Psychology 

MSc Abnormal and Clinical Psychology 

Aimee has worked within health and social care since completing her Masters in Abnormal and Clinical Psychology in 2018. Aimee began her health and social care career working as a Support Worker for clients with acquired brain injuries, and complex medical and physical needs. She later worked as a Behavioural Coordinator within a community home for individuals with various mental health conditions, autism and behaviours which challenge. During this time, she developed considerable experience assisting support workers and developing positive behavioural support plans for service users. 

Before moving into Case Management Aimee worked as an Assistant Psychologist within a neuropsychology assessment and treatment service. As an Assistant Psychologist, Aimee’s role included reading and summarising medical records, conducting behavioural observations, administering psychometric tests, scoring assessments, delivering training sessions alongside clinical supervision, and participating in MDT meetings. Aimee has experience working within a neuropsychological perspective through her skills directing and supporting therapeutic work for clients with brain injuries. 

Aimee has vast experience working with young adults with a range of multiple complex care needs including, brain injuries, mental health conditions, learning disabilities, autism and physical disabilities. Throughout her career, Aimee has experience working alongside multiple medical professionals as part of multidisciplinary teams, including working with both medical and therapy professionals from both a statutory and private sector. Aimee prides herself on great communication skills working with clients and their families. 

Aimee is passionate about providing high quality person-centred care by listening to clients’ needs and promoting personal goals. She aims to keep all clients at the forefront of their care, while advocating on their behalf, if needed. Aimee is dedicated to ensuring everyone is treated with dignity and respect and all clients, and their families are given the opportunities to succeed and thrive. 

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  • Member of CMSUK