Case Manager Training Days

We are keen to ensure that Case Managers appointed to work with newly spinal cord injured (SCI) people have access to the information and training they need to support their clients to return to a fulfilling life following injury. The topics covered in our Case Manager Training Days  are therefore based on recommendations and feedback from Case Managers themselves and include a wide range of areas covering the impact of spinal cord injury, medically, physically, socially, psycho-sexually and financially.

Where possible, we have SCI speakers who speak from a true user perspective and bring personal insights into living with spinal cord injury and the vital role of Case Managers when working with SCI clients.

Our next Case Manager Training Day is scheduled for 31 January 2018 (rescheduled from 7 November) and will take place at Birmingham City Football Club. The theme for this day is aids and equipment, with speakers on issues such as new developments in occupational therapy, motoring and assistive technology- the agenda can be viewed here, or for more information please contact Anna Saunders on 01908 604191 x 242.

The cost to attend is £150 +vat- you can book online or contact Anna with your details. This day has been CPD accredited ‘in principle’; full accreditation will be applied for once all presentations have been received. Certificates will be issued to attendees following confirmation of full accreditation from the CPD Accreditation Service.

This Case Manager Training Day is co-sponsored by:




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To help you with any research or further studies around spinal cord injury you can visit  SIA’s National Library on Spinal Cord Injury.  This reference only collections is based in SIA House in Milton Keynes and is accessible to anyone who wishes to carry out social research, read stories or plan activities.  For more information, or to book a visit, contact Karen Mikalsen.

There are many ways that you can help us to continue to support spinal cord injured people and those who care for them.  These range from very simple activities to life-changing challenges.

We have a wide range of resources which have been developed in response to feedback from spinal cord injured people and those who work with them.  Download our fact sheets or browse the publications in our shop.