CPIMS’ case management process is designed to provide a cost effective and client centred solution for individuals who have experienced a catastrophic injury. In this blog, we explain in detail how a case management referral works in practice.
Caring for someone suffering with a brain injury can be complex. As such, enlisting the care services of experienced and qualified personnel is highly recommended. CPIMS staff are professionally qualified to provide services for people who have suffered traumatic brain injury and people with complex care needs. As we explain further in this blog.
The Ministry of Justice, responsible for publishing death reports, have recently issued their annual statistical bulletin. The document includes the death statistics for 2015, across England and Wales, postmortems findings and inquest conclusions. This year, the document comprised a section entitled Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards, illustrating the deaths of vulnerable people in care facilities. As part of the key findings, they stated the number of total deaths in 2015 has risen by 6% (12,565) in the past year, along with a rise of deaths that occur under DoLS. The death of vulnerable people has risen considerable since 2013, as the figures below illustrate.
CPIMS were delighted to be one of the sponsors of the Law Festival ‘Invisibly Different’, which was Headway Lancaster and Morecambe Bay very first brain injury conference. The conference took place at the Lancaster House Hotel, on 17th – 18th June 2016 . CPIMS have been involved in supporting the group for the last 5 years and we were proud to be amongst such an amazing group of individuals. Continue reading CPIMS sponsor the 2016 Law Festival ‘Invisibly Different’ Brain Injury Conference