Liz Drummy - North West
Liz Drummy qualified as a Registered General Nurse in
1999; working within NHS hospital and community
services until June 2007, when she became a Clinical
As a Clinical Case Manager, Liz has been working
with a variety of complex and challenging cases for
both adults and children with Acquired Brain
Injuries, within Prolonged Disorders of
Consciousness, polytrauma, amputation and birth
Liz has successfully co-ordinated intensive neuro
rehabilitation and behavioural programmes as part of
an Inter Disciplinary Team, encouraging clients to
take positive risks and achieve their personal goals
and aspirations. Clients have also been supported to
make transitions from institutional settings to
their own homes.
Kimberley Keeton - North West
Kimberley has been a part of the Health and Social
Care industry for over fourteen years working in a
variety of practice settings before qualifying as a
Social Worker in 2015.
She is registered with Social Work England, has a
Level 5 Diploma in Leadership and Management within
Health and Social Care and has completed the
Manager’s Qualification in Health and Safety.
Kimberley also has extensive experience delivering
Safeguarding Training and is a Certified
Kimberley has excellent communication skills and a
strong sense of ethical practice, always ensuring the
highest standards of client care. She is committed to
working in a holistic way with clients, and has a
family-centred approach to working with children
and young people.
Jude Greenfield - London
Jude qualified as a nurse in 2000 and started working within the critical care setting. It was during her time here that she developed her role as a practice development nurse and whilst working between Stoke Mandeville and Wycombe General Hospital wrote guidelines on best practice for managing clients with neurological injuries. Jude progressed to a Sister’s position and managed an Intensive Care Unit in Oxford. This management experience has enabled Jude to develop her skills in managing teams of support workers and multidisciplinary teams when planning and delivering care and rehabilitation to clients with complex needs.
Jude has, for the past 10 years, worked as a case manager for both adults and children with a variety of complex conditions and level of need. Jude’s background in intensive care allows her to plan care for the most complex of clients through a process of thorough assessment and workforce planning whilst ensuring high standards and appropriate care delivery.
Linus Motlock - North West
Since 2018, Linus has been working as an Independent Social Worker offering independent assessment work, capacity assessments, completing statutory responsibilities for charities and offering other support services, including practice education for social work students, advocacy (care act & YP), mentorship and supporting managers in within the social care arena. During this time Linus has worked with a variety of clients including those with Brain Injuries and complex physical needs. Linus is confident in delivering bespoke support worker training to teams and enjoys ensuring that the client is at the centre of each process.
In 2019, Linus joined Browns Case Management as a Case Manager and is skilled to provide intervention to both Adults and children with varying difficulties, including rehabilitation plans, Behaviour management, recruitment and management of care teams, liaison with statutory professionals and services and substance misuse.