Case Manager Profile

Kim Anaya

Specialism

Amputation, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Brain Injury, Challenging Behaviour, Complex Orthopaedic, Complex Polytrauma, Disorders of Consciousness, Spinal Injury, Vocational Support

Locations

Midlands, South East England
Kim Anaya

It has always been important to Kim to provide high-quality, client-focused care. Her varied experiences have given her the ability to manage complex clinical cases and provide innovative solutions to enhance and improve client experiences and outcomes.

Kim has experience in the treatment and management of a wide range of injuries including spinal, amputees, neurological disorders, brain injury, catastrophic injury/polytrauma including gunshot injuries. She has worked in acute and high dependency/critical care settings so has experience of the management of clients who are intubated and ventilated.

Having worked in the USA, Kim had access to equipment and rehabilitation experiences that would not be available on the NHS.

She is a problem-solving team player with excellent organisational, written, and verbal communication skills helping to build trusting relationships with clients and their families to support all parties to progress a case.

Kim has completed medico-legal assessments enabling her to effectively work within time and budget parameters.

Further to working in both Health and Social Care Kim is skilled in understanding access to statutory provision to help improve clinical continuity for clients.

In all her roles, she has always elicited positive feedback from clients and family members and keeps them as reminders to guide her practice.  It is of the utmost importance to her to be an advocate for client and their family members, especially when they are going through major, life-changing trauma.

Background

Occupational Therapist

Age Groups

Adults

Registrations and Memberships

Health & Care Professions Council (Reg: OT32011)

Royal College of Occupational Therapy

British Association of Brain Injury and Complex Case Management (Reg: 6668)

Case Management Society UK (Reg: 19-4453-A)

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy (1st Class) University of Northampton (2000)

Qualifications
Testimonial
Kim’s communication skills are very good, both verbally and in written format. She is very good at getting on with her peers, seniors and patients and their carers. Kim has a large clinical knowledge of physical conditions and what this means to her patients and its effect on carers. She is an experienced OT who has skills to assess and treat a patient professionally to a high standard, is able to identify physical and cognitive issues and how to treat them appropriately. She is has a large knowledge of equipment and how to prescribe the most appropriate equipment for her patients identifying risks and being able to teach its safe use.
Sally Dando, Therapies Clinical Lead, Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS
Kim Anaya

Specialism

Amputation, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Brain Injury, Challenging Behaviour, Complex Orthopaedic, Complex Polytrauma, Disorders of Consciousness, Spinal Injury, Vocational Support

Locations

Midlands, South East England
Kim Anaya

It has always been important to Kim to provide high-quality, client-focused care. Her varied experiences have given her the ability to manage complex clinical cases and provide innovative solutions to enhance and improve client experiences and outcomes.

Kim has experience in the treatment and management of a wide range of injuries including spinal, amputees, neurological disorders, brain injury, catastrophic injury/polytrauma including gunshot injuries. She has worked in acute and high dependency/critical care settings so has experience of the management of clients who are intubated and ventilated.

Having worked in the USA, Kim had access to equipment and rehabilitation experiences that would not be available on the NHS.

She is a problem-solving team player with excellent organisational, written, and verbal communication skills helping to build trusting relationships with clients and their families to support all parties to progress a case.

Kim has completed medico-legal assessments enabling her to effectively work within time and budget parameters.

Further to working in both Health and Social Care Kim is skilled in understanding access to statutory provision to help improve clinical continuity for clients.

In all her roles, she has always elicited positive feedback from clients and family members and keeps them as reminders to guide her practice.  It is of the utmost importance to her to be an advocate for client and their family members, especially when they are going through major, life-changing trauma.

Background

Occupational Therapist

Age Groups

Adults

Registrations and Memberships

Health & Care Professions Council (Reg: OT32011)

Royal College of Occupational Therapy

British Association of Brain Injury and Complex Case Management (Reg: 6668)

Case Management Society UK (Reg: 19-4453-A)

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Occupational Therapy (1st Class) University of Northampton (2000)

Qualifications
Testimonial
Kim’s communication skills are very good, both verbally and in written format. She is very good at getting on with her peers, seniors and patients and their carers. Kim has a large clinical knowledge of physical conditions and what this means to her patients and its effect on carers. She is an experienced OT who has skills to assess and treat a patient professionally to a high standard, is able to identify physical and cognitive issues and how to treat them appropriately. She is has a large knowledge of equipment and how to prescribe the most appropriate equipment for her patients identifying risks and being able to teach its safe use.
Sally Dando, Therapies Clinical Lead, Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS