To inspire, respect, support and value people we work with so that they are confident in their abilities to rebuild their lives.
At MAIA Rehabilitation, our aim is simple, we want to help our clients to achieve their goals and to be the best they can possibly be, with our help.
All of our case managers provide evidence-based recommendations for the care packages carefully recruited to suit the client’s needs.
Speech and language therapy provides treatment, support and care for children and adults who have difficulties with communication, or with eating, drinking and swallowing.
Our team of clinicians are based across the UK and consists of Clinical Occupational Therapists, (adult and paediatric) physiotherapists, Vocational Occupational Therapist and Neurological Occupational Therapists
First Aid, Conflict Resolution, Breakaway and Loneworking. Bespoke courses available for individuals or organisations provided by qualified, nationally recognised trainers.
We strive to identify and maximise potential and growth, so we can help
individuals be the best they can be.
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Our experienced team is versatile, professional and friendly, offering innovative ideas for problem-solving, recovery and progression.
We have also built excellent relationships with Speech and Language therapists, psychologist, psychiatrists and physiotherapists nationally.
Our small team of case managers work closely together and communicate well with instructing parties and, wherever possible, we utilise our own trusted Therapists - subject to their clinical specialities, location and very importantly, if they ‘fit' right for the client.
Our office team consists of Case Managers (CM), Clinical Therapists, Assistant Case Managers. (ACM), a Training & Development Specialist, Recruitment, Administration Support and Specialist Benefit Advisors.
WHAT CLIENTS SAY
From the moment we met Jill Fraser she seemed to put our minds at rest for some of our worries. Jill told us where and what she was going to get started on and then the next thing we know things started to happen.
Jill looked after my family as we were in this nightmare and made sure we got all the help and support we needed and she build up a wonderful relationship with my six year old son and my partner and found my son a play therapist to help him through his tough times. Jill found me a different specialist and put together a team of people to work with me and spotted the ones that worked and the ones that didn't and replaced them with people that did.
The Accessible Information Standard (AIS) was introduced by the government in 2016 to make sure that people with a disability or sensory loss are given information in a way they can understand. It is now the law for the NHS and adult social care services to comply with AIS.
Here at MAIA we work hard to ensure that the information we provide is clear and can be understood by all of our clients.
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