Jill Wigmore-Welsh London Case Manager Rehabilitation Consultant

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Professional Immediate Needs Assessments, Case Management & Vocational Rehabilitation Services

London Case Manager was founded in 2023 by Jill Wigmore-Welsh an extended scope of practice Physiotherapist & Psychotherapist with 45 years specialism in neuro-orthopaedic rehabilitation, and 15 years experience providing legal services and working as a case manager. London Case Manager are a completely independent, London based firm, who specialise in the provision of high quality, personally tailored, case management and vocational rehabilitation services for adults who have suffered catastrophic and life-changing injuries. Instructions are accepted as single or joint instruction under the Rehabilitation Code (2015) or direct by the injured party or their representative.

Our philosophy of care: We work with the person and their family with a whole life recovery in mind. Our values are communication, equity, love, honesty and respect. When required, we are on hand supporting the client to fully participate in decision making, and whatever it takes, to be as independent as possible in their everyday activities, including enabling their participation in education, work, recreation and life roles they passionately enjoy.



For further information or to discuss your requirements, please do not hesitate to get in touch by telephone (07885467466) Alternatively complete the online enquiry form and we will provide a swift response.

    We work in the specialist areas of:

    • Adults with mild and moderate acquired brain injury
    • Amputees (upper and lower limb)
    • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome & Pain
    • Complex Orthopaedic Injuries
    • Neurological Conditions: Cauda Equina Syndrome, Brachial Plexus Injury
    • Psychological Trauma
    • Burns & Scarring
    • Post Viral Conditions, Chronic Health Conditions, Breathing Pattern Disorders
    • Neurodivergent: ASD, AuADHD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia
    London Case Manager area we cover

    We believe:

    The injured person and their family is at the centre of their rehabilitation journey

    Early access to rehabilitation enables people to achieve better outcomes, and have fewer complications.

    Evidence based in conjunction with clinical expertise and patient values ensures the most appropriate services are accessed.

    A sustained process of planning, facilitating, advocating, and evaluating enables us to continuously support our clients to engage with activities to help them thrive.

    Clear communications between all parties, formal report intervals to update on progress towards goals,  objective evaluation of input against budgets agreed


    Clinical Governance

    We are committed to ensuring the highest standards of clinical governance

    We have highly experienced clinicians and mentors who provide guidance, oversight, and support.

    We have robust quality assurance processes to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of our services and regularly review to identify areas for improvement and implement necessary changes.

    We recognize the importance of ongoing learning and development and foster a culture of continuous professional development.

    We prioritize the identification, assessment, and management of risks associated in case management

    We conduct regular audits to assess the quality and safety of our services.

    Protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of client information is of utmost importance to us. We adhere to information governance protocols and comply with data protection laws and regulations.

    We actively engage with our clients, their families, and stakeholders to foster collaborative relationships. We encourage feedback and act upon suggestions to continually enhance our services.


    We mainly, but not exclusively, specialise in rehabilitation service provision within the geography outlined, however we are also instructed to provide services throughout Wales and England

    We endeavour to use independent providers with good practice facilities and a minimum of 10 years experience in their field .

    We match clients interests and preferences with professional providers to facilitate their full engagement with the rehabilitation process.

    We ensure rehabilitation providers submit initial and follow up evidence supported reports through provision of necessary training.

    We request and review reports for objective evaluation of input and outcome with budget agreed.

    Our referral process:

    • Enquires can be made via emailtelephone or through the website via our contact page.
    • The injured person’s needs will be reviewed, and you will be provided with a CV, together with a quote, and terms of business within 48 hours.
    • Should further discussion be necessary you will have the opportunity to discuss further with Jill Wigmore-Welsh. We also offer options for arranging a ‘Meet and Greet’ webcall for your client and this can be reviewed on a case by case basis.
    • Once agreed, Jill Wigmore-Welsh will make telephone contact with the injured person within 2 working days to arrange an initial appointment.
    • Before the meeting the injured person or representative will be sent information about London Case Manager and case management to ensure that they fully understand the INA and the case management process. They will also be provided with a consent form to agree to release of appropriate medical information and sharing of information with appropriate parties, as part of the INA and any further authorised case management interventions.
    • Jill Wigmore-Welsh will then either visit the injured person in their home, or provide a webcam consultation, within 10 working days to undertake the assessment.
    • The report, inclusive of outcome measures, predications, and costs, is prepared and sent out to the referring parties, within 10 working days of the assessment. Should an urgent request be made it would be recommended that this is discussed and agreed as part of the referral enquiry.

    For further information or to discuss your requirements, please do not hesitate to get in touch by telephone (07885467466) Alternatively complete the online enquiry form and we will provide a swift response.