WELCOME TO

LOD CARE & CASE MANAGEMENT

LOD Care & Case Management [LODCCM] delivers personalised care packages to children, young people and adults who have suffered traumatic injuries encompassing areas such as brain injury, spinal cord injury, complex orthopaedic injuries, and amputation.

LODCCM was founded in 2018 by Lucinda after working within complex adult and paediatric nursing since 1992 and subsequently within the case management field since 2009.

LODCCM have extensive experience working within litigation. We support solicitors and barristers who are managing high value claims, and court of protection appointed deputies who are responsible for managing a clients financial and property affairs.

Lucinda Dellar, LOD Care and Case Management
LODCCM works collaboratively with all relevant stakeholders and always with the client’s best interests in mind. Supporting our clients to achieve progress, thrive and ultimately to be able to live their lives as fully as possible is both incredibly rewarding and a privilege.”

LUCINDA ONGLEY-DELLAR RGN/RNCB

WHAT IS

CASE MANAGEMENT?

Case management is defined by The British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers (BABICM) as “an active process devoted to the coordination, rehabilitation, care and support of people with complex, clinical needs and their families. It aims to facilitate their independence and improve their quality of life whilst acknowledging safety issues.”

WHAT IS

A CASE MANAGER?

A case manager should be a qualified health or social care professional. Here at LOD we ensure that each of our case managers is a member of BABICM and as such has demonstrated significant experience, skills and knowledge in working with clients with complex needs. They will also have extensive knowledge about rehabilitation and what can help to improve the day-to-day life of the people they support.

Case managers work closely with clients to identify what is important to them both now and what might be important in the future. They then work with their client to assist in meeting their ongoing needs, continually reviewing, and providing support as life changes.

WHAT IS

AN ASSOCIATE CASE MANAGER?

Associates are very experienced team members with backgrounds in residential support, health, education, special educational needs support, brain injury and support staff management. They work closely with a lead case manager to assess, plan, implement and evaluate client’s needs. LOD ensures that all ACMs are also members of BABICM.