Faye Hodgson

Case Manager

BSc Hons Adult Nursing  

Faye takes a holistic approach towards supporting clients with brain injuries and complex care needs and prides herself in her ability to develop meaningful, personalised support plans that work towards clients’ goals being achieved. Working most recently as a support worker manager within a family home supporting a client with cerebral palsy and epilepsy, has allowed Faye to understand what is entailed in establishing and managing a team for individuals with complex care needs, whilst taking into consideration family dynamics.  

 Faye has over 12 years of experience where she began as a health care assistant apprentice, this was then followed by working within a team supporting a client with complex needs in a family home. Faye used this experience to then move into a management position for her current family which involved the setting up of a suitable, successful team for her client which she has continued to support for the last six years, Faye would like to be able to replicate this for future clients.  

Alongside working as a support worker manager Faye has nearly completed her adult nursing degree which has been very valuable for her. Working within different healthcare settings supporting a variety of individuals has provided Faye with an array of experience, medical knowledge, and clinical skills. Faye is looking to further her education by completing a master’s in medical ethics and law to ensure she can provide the highest standard of support for clients navigating through a challenging time.  

Faye sees herself as a positive, motivated person with excellent interpersonal communication skills and who is very loyal to the clients she has worked closely with. She takes a collaborative approach and ensures that relevant professionals and organisations are involved in providing the best level of support for her clients. This has been an extremely fulfilling position for Faye and she hopes to be able to provide more clients with whatever it may be to have their personal, physical, emotional, and social needs met.   

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