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Case Management

At Sherwood Therapy Services we specialise in bespoke case management, putting the person at the centre of all our decision making. Our work is always goal orientated and outcome driven.

We excel in selecting, instructing and managing therapy teams from many different clinical and professional backgrounds, fitting all the pieces of the jigsaw together to ensure we work towards reaching the agreed goals.

We are also highly experienced in recruiting, training and supporting carers and support workers who work successfully to ensure that their care provision meets the high standards we require for our clients.

Gravel Road into the Forest


Admin Hub

Case Management at Sherwood Therapy Services is unique in that each case manager has the full backing and support of a knowledgeable office team. The team help with tracking everything from report deadlines, MDT minutes and compliance. They really are a unique and wonderful asset to this service.


CQC Regulated

Sherwood Therapy Services is regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). This means we adhere to the highest standards of care, leadership, safety and responsiveness across all of our cases. We have an in house CQC administrator and registered manager who work with our clients and case managers to ensure that every aspect of the case is dealt with diligently and effectively. 


Confident Leadership

We ensure that our case manager and client relationships are a perfect match. All of our case managers have a confident leadership approach and will work with families to advocate for the very best quality of life for our clients. They are very experienced in the litigation process, putting together care packages and appointing MDTs, and are ambassadors for our clients within their own environment and the community.

Case Managers

Sheena Hardwick

Managing Director


Eleanor Hales


" Sheena is bubbly and enthusiastic, and has had a very positive effect in  motivating K. She assessed what he could and couldn’t do, but also what he wanted to do. She has helped him to gain access into the community, through trips to the shops, going to restaurants and going on public transport into town. She has also encouraged him to do the things he loves. She has opened doors for him and his independence has grown.”

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