Stuart has been a Case Manager since 2014.
He feels fortunate to work as a case manager, to be able to support individuals with rehabilitation pages and to be able to see progress made by his clients as they attain their goals, minimise the influence of their disability/injury and maximise their independence.
He has completed a Psychology BSc (hons) and MA with the Open University in Childhood and Youth – which had a focus on developmental psychology.
Stuart regularly undertakes CPD courses and attends conferences to further his knowledge and understanding of different processes, legislation and updates in terms of rehabilitation.
Stuart commenced work in case management in 2014, and during this time has developed his knowledge and skills within the litigation industry.
Before working as a case manager, Stuart held a variety of roles including working as a support worker and a rehabilitation support worker for individuals that had a variety of disabilities. Stuart has experience of working with children, adults and older adults including those with Cerebral Palsy, Traumatic Brain injury and spinal injury.
Stuart is highly organised and a good communicator, remaining calm during difficult situations. He is constantly expanding his knowledge of the litigation process and how best to evidence clients current and future needs.
Stuart particularly enjoys recruiting new and developing existing rehabilitation support teams to enable them to achieve the best for both their own and their client’s development. Coordination of multi-disciplinary teams is also a key area of interest.