Living with brain injury & supporting someone through rehabilitation can be tough

 That’s why we’ve created the AJ Blog

Read our blog posts below to get interesting and helpful insights on your road to recovery.

Who do we write for?

  • Case Managers and therapists can relate
  • Loved ones of the injured party can overcome struggles
  • Anyone looking to learn about complex injury and rehabilitation

different models of case management In this guide you will get a clear outline of the four case management models, as well as a case study example and their benefits and drawbacks. Simply click on a model below to skip to that section:

  1. Brokerage model
  2. Intensive case management
  3. Clinical case management
  4. Strengths based model

  First, let’s start with a brief overview…  

What are case management models?

Case management models are plans with guidelines and procedures that case managers follow to deliver a

Acts & Councils, Rehabilitation, Therapy

traumatic brain injury sleep In this guide we will explore why our brains need plenty of rest during traumatic brain injury (TBI) recovery, what happens during sleep deprivation, how exactly a brain injury affects sleep and tips for getting more restful slumber. Simply click on a topic below to navigate through the post:

  1. Why does the brain need sleep?
  2. What does sleep deprivation do to the brain?
  3. The importance of sleep in brain injury recovery.
  4. Sleep problems after a brain injury.
  5. Tips for improving


day in the life of case manager

In this article I’m going to take you with me on my typical day as a case manager. I say ‘typical’, but any case manger knows this doesn’t really exist in our daily lives! Every day presents me with a new challenge, but I’ll never get tired of finding solutions to improving the wellbeing of my clients. Before you join me on my day, I should probably introduce myself… Hi, my name is Linsey and I work as a case manager for AJ

CM News, Rehabilitation, Therapy

skills needed for case management

Do you think you have what it takes to become a case manager? Take a look at skill set checklist below to see if you have the traits needed to succeed in this industry. Of course, there is much more to case management than these 25 skills, such as training, qualifications, education, experience… but it’s a good place to start! With our extensive knowledge and experience of this industry, we believe a successful case manager is…

  1. Responsible
  2. Personable
  3. Knowledgeable
  4. Resourceful

Rehabilitation, Therapy