Reports for case managers

Reports for case managers

TxOH provide reports for case managers within Liverpool and Manchester. TxOH reports for case managers aims to promote the collaborative use of rehabilitation and early intervention in the compensation process. The HCPC and NMC registered therapists at TxOH aim to ensure the injured claimant makes the best and quickest possible medical, vocational, psychological and social recovery following their accident.

The therapists at TxOH follow the rehabilitation code and the appropriate protocol relating to the injured claimant and consider the holistic needs of each individual. Our therapists aim to restore each individual back to full physical and psychological functioning when possible. TxOH provide early rehabilitation interventions to ensure the injured claimant regains quality of life, independence and ability to work alongside the process of claiming compensation.

Our HCPC and NMC registered therapists work with solicitors during the compensation assessment process and will provide detailed reports for case managers. The report for case managers will include extensive details on the nature and extent of any likely continuing disability for the injured claimant. Following the set protocol the report for case managers will also include details of injuries sustained, the current impact on activities of daily living, any other medical conditions not arising from the accident. Our therapists will also include recommendations for rehabilitation and interventions within the report such as the type, cost, duration and expected outcomes of suggested interventions. Additionally, where appropriate our therapists can also provide immediate advice on workplace adaptation or adjustments.

Case Study

Case managers case study

1. Description

A firefighter from Bolton was involved in a incident that included an explosion at a paint factory. Due to the length of time within the burning building and the nature of the surrounding chemicals alight the firefighter suffered severe damage to his lungs. Since the incident the firefighter experiences shortness of breath especially when mobilising which he struggles to do without oxygen support. The case manager involved requested an occupational health service to provide a health report with detail on how to best accommodate his oxygen support at home.

2. The intervention

An occupational health nurse visited the firefighter at home and completed a full subjective and objective assessment. The NMC registered nurse completed a occupational health report and provided recommendations on the firefighters sleep system, sats monitoring and oxygen supply at home. The nurse also made recommendations on portable oxygen and arranged for and an oxygen risk assessment to be completed and the man to be educated on oxygen storage and servicing requirements.

3. The results

The firefighter received portable oxygen therapy to assist him mobilise within the home and the received specialist training on how to safely store oxygen within the home.

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