Case Manager Profile

Amy Dooley

Specialism

Amputation, Brain Injury, Complex Orthopaedic, Complex Polytrauma, Neurological Impairment, Pain, Spinal Injury

Locations

Midlands
Amy Dooley

Amy is a hardworking, reliable, articulate and well-organised case manager who is flexible and able to adapt to challenges when they arise.

She works with young people, adults, and older people with a range of severe and complex disabilities and injuries, including mental health. Amy’s caseload includes brain injury, spinal cord injury and polytrauma/complex orthopaedic.

Much of her clinical experience as an occupational therapist has been within the community assessing for care packages, providing equipment and recommending housing adaptations.

Amy has worked across both public and private sectors on a clinical, managerial, and commercial level.  She has a proven ability to coordinate and manage care and therapy teams, devise treatment programmes alongside them that increase a client’s ability to carry out activities or occupations that they value as independently as possible.  She has experience of reliably managing multiple caseloads, prioritising needs, and completing required administrative tasks in a timely way.

Since 2011 Amy has worked independently as a care and occupational therapy expert witness and more recently as a case manager.  She has current and recent experience of preparing written reports for the Court requiring a high level of clinical reasoning and justification.

Background

Occupational Therapist

Age Groups

Adults/Adolescents

Registrations and Memberships

Health & Care Professions Council (Reg: OT31741)

Advanced Member of British Association of Occupational Therapists (Reg No. BT0218044)

Qualifications

BSC(Hons) Occupational Therapy (2000)

Qualifications
Testimonial
Amy’s clinical knowledge is second to none, but she also has incredible empathy for injured clients and their families. She always goes above and beyond in her role and takes the time to conduct thorough and meaningful assessments. Whilst doing so, she always takes additional care to provide advice and support alongside her expert assessment.
Personal Injury Solicitor
Amy Dooley

Specialism

Amputation, Brain Injury, Complex Orthopaedic, Complex Polytrauma, Neurological Impairment, Pain, Spinal Injury

Locations

Midlands
Amy Dooley

Amy is a hardworking, reliable, articulate and well-organised case manager who is flexible and able to adapt to challenges when they arise.

She works with young people, adults, and older people with a range of severe and complex disabilities and injuries, including mental health. Amy’s caseload includes brain injury, spinal cord injury and polytrauma/complex orthopaedic.

Much of her clinical experience as an occupational therapist has been within the community assessing for care packages, providing equipment and recommending housing adaptations.

Amy has worked across both public and private sectors on a clinical, managerial, and commercial level.  She has a proven ability to coordinate and manage care and therapy teams, devise treatment programmes alongside them that increase a client’s ability to carry out activities or occupations that they value as independently as possible.  She has experience of reliably managing multiple caseloads, prioritising needs, and completing required administrative tasks in a timely way.

Since 2011 Amy has worked independently as a care and occupational therapy expert witness and more recently as a case manager.  She has current and recent experience of preparing written reports for the Court requiring a high level of clinical reasoning and justification.

Background

Occupational Therapist

Age Groups

Adults/Adolescents

Registrations and Memberships

Health & Care Professions Council (Reg: OT31741)

Advanced Member of British Association of Occupational Therapists (Reg No. BT0218044)

Qualifications

BSC(Hons) Occupational Therapy (2000)

Qualifications
Testimonial
Amy’s clinical knowledge is second to none, but she also has incredible empathy for injured clients and their families. She always goes above and beyond in her role and takes the time to conduct thorough and meaningful assessments. Whilst doing so, she always takes additional care to provide advice and support alongside her expert assessment.
Personal Injury Solicitor