Sue Brown embarked on her case management career in 2004 after obtaining her degree in Psychology & Criminology. Sue went on manage a large case management organisation before setting up her own business in 2019. Sue has gained a vast amount of experience working with adults who have catastrophic and life-changing injuries, including brain injury, poly trauma, orthopaedic injuries, amputation & psychological trauma. Determined to make a real difference to people’s lives, Sue helped to set up, and is currently the chair of, Headway Wigan & Leigh; supporting local people as they navigate their ‘changed world’ after a brain injury, Sue is also an active council member of BABICM, undertaking the role of chair of the Training and Education Group since 2018.
Registered Manager and Case Manager
Liz has been qualified as an RGN for 24 years, and has been working as a Case Manager, with 16 years’ experience within the medico legal sector. She prides herself on successfully coordinating intensive neuro rehabilitation programmes, encouraging her clients to take positive risks and achieve their personal goals. Liz also acts as Registered Manager for Browns Case Management, promoting good practice and high standards of care within the organisation.
Senior Case Manager
Chelsey is a qualified RGN for 11 years with experience in both the NHS & private healthcare sectors. She spent 3 years in a forensic placement working with emergency care & substance misuse and Chelsey’s interest in brain injuries / disorders led her to a role in a community-based brain injury unit. Whilst working in this unit, Chelsey came across the case management role and made the change in her career into case management. Chelsey’s experience in her nursing career has allowed her to lead support teams for clients with complex health needs & facilitate and oversee brain injury rehabilitation.
Emma has been a registered nurse for 18 years, working predominantly in critical care and complex health in both the NHS and private sector. This led to Emma’s career progression as a nurse manager. After many years in nursing she wanted a new challenge which could encompass her previous skills and knowledge and made the subsequent move into case management.
Paediatric Case Manager
Paul is a paediatric Physiotherapist with 35 years’ experience of working with children with complex presentations. As a physiotherapist, he has witnessed first-hand the effect illness and injury has on this age group and the impact that it has for decades to come. He believes that the best outcomes for clients, parents and carers depend upon effective multidisciplinary team working, communication and flexibility.
Assistant Case Manager and Rehabilitation Assistant
Rob joined Browns Case Management as an Assistant Case Manager who also works as a Rehabilitation Assistant. His degree in Psychology has proven to be extremely useful for both roles. Rob puts the needs of the clients at the forefront and thrives on building new professional relationships with treating clinicians.
Office and Compliance Manager
Jo began her career in retail for a FTSE 100 company working in Administration and HR management roles, including area management. A move into the world of medico-legal followed, where she held a variety of operational management roles across the business. Jo joined Browns in early 2021 as an Administrator and is now the Office and Compliance Manager, with a further remit for HR.
After completing her degree at UCLAN, Kerry worked in the education sector for several years before a change of direction led her to her current administrative role. Kerry really enjoys interacting with the clients and professionals and seeing the positive impact the team makes to our clients’ rehabilitation journey.
Gill started her career in finance over 30 years ago and has worked in a variety of industries including construction, housing, landscaping and for the last few years in case management. Following a career change Gill has also spent the past 6 years working for the NHS in an urgent response acute inpatient setting, working alongside service users with mental health conditions such as schizophrenia, bipolar, anxiety & depression as well as those with brain injuries, drug and alcohol issues and psychosis. Gill has maintained working in finance on a part time basis alongside her NHS role.
Maxine Winder qualified as a Registered Psychiatric Nurse in 2008, working both within the NHS and Private settings, before moving into the fields of Forensic Services and Eating Disorders. Maxine has amassed extensive experience as a trainer and regularly taught within the Health & Social Care sector, underpinned by a Level 3 qualification in Education and Training. In 2023Maxine moved into Case Management where she is now applying her skills and knowledge to empower her clients.