Sue started her career in case management in 2004. She is experienced in the management of severe and catastrophic injuries including brain injury, orthopaedic injuries, amputation and mental health/psychological trauma in both children and adults.
Sue helped to set up the first Headway group in Wigan & Leigh and continues to be a major force in driving this forward. Sue enjoys dedicating time to survivors of brain injury in her local community.
Sue has been a member of BABICM for more than five years, serving on the BABCIM Council since 2018; contributing to the development of the case management sector as a whole, now and in the future. Sue has taken up the position of the Chair of the Training and Events Group (TEG) a subgroup of BABCIM; prompting the ongoing training and development of case managers across the UK.
In her previous role as a Director/ Registered Manager, Sue is the only leader in the UK to achieve Outstanding in her first CQC inspection with particular emphasis on a well led, case management organisation. She was instrumental in her organisations pursuit of an Investors In People Silver Award, which will remain in place until 2020