About the Organisation:
Our case managers have extensive experience in rehabilitation case management and are senior allied health professionals. Our case managers advise and assist children and families, and allied health staff, through the rehabilitation process. Our role is to understand, interpret and demystify the requirements and expectations of kids, their families and allied health staff in all aspects of the rehabilitation process. We lead the rehab program and will liaise with medical staff involved in treatment, gather and interpret information and present it to parents and guardians so they can make well-informed decisions. We are committed to ensuring that every child or youth in our care makes progress towards their optimal recovery. This individualised commitment might involve returning to school, to further education or training, or to paid or volunteer work.
About the Role:
- Work in collaboration with the family, child / adolescent and treating medical teams to assess and establish the current rehab, return to school/study and medical needs;
- Support, assist and guide the family in establishing their child’s rehab needs and timing for different services throughout the rehab continuum;
- In collaboration with the family and child facilitate the development of clear person centred rehab and life goals and formulate a rehabilitation plans for approval by the funding source (insurance body);
- Development of high quality formalised report writing, service requests, service costing throughout the rehab program as appropriate to the insurance scheme in which the child is in;
- Act as the key contact for all rehab related matters in relation to treatment, rehab, care and return to school / study for the client and their family;
- Ongoing monitoring of progress, reporting and identification of barriers to
recovery throughout the rehab continuum. Problem solving in collaboration with all involved to overcome obstacles and manage issues to enable to child / young person to move forward.
- Degree in Occupational Therapy with AHPRA registration
- Current and valid AHPRA Registration as an Occupational Therpaist
- Minimum 10 years clinical experience working as an Occupational therapist
- Demonstrated ability to work effectively with children, adolescents and their
- Understanding of brain injury and its effects on a child/adolescent and their
- Demonstrated ability to work within an interdisciplinary team
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills, and complex negotiation
- Current unrestricted driver’s license.
- Above award salary plus car allowance
- Excellent mentoring and professional development.
- Autonomous working environment
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How to Apply:
Please apply and one of our Healthcare Specialists will call you for a confidential discussion. Or contact Danielle Weedon (B. Physio) on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0437 483 364
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