About Us

Our Mission is to inspire clients, support them to grow and evolve to meet their needs throughout their rehabilitation journey.

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Amy Crosby CEO & Nurse Case Manager

Evolve Case Management

Amy is a registered adult nurse whose careers began in acute medicine where she gained a wealth of knowledge of both acute and chronic illness.

In 2015 Amy’s father sustained a severe traumatic brain injury which was where her awareness and experience in brain injury began.

Her personal experience of catastrophic injury from a relative’s perspective provided Amy with a unique insight and understanding of the difficulties often faced.

Amy chair’s a local  brain injury charity and this involvement has allowed her to gain an invaluable insight into the varied and complex difficulties brain injury survivors can be left with and the barriers they face in the community.

In 2019, Amy began working as a nurse case manager within the field of catastrophic injury, with a varied case of complex brain and spinal cord injury clients based across the North of England.

Although specialising in brain injury utilising her medical knowledge and holistic approach she is skilled in effectively case managing the needs of lower level spinal cord injuries.
Amy is registered with the Nursing and Midwifery council, British Association of Brain Injury Case managers and the Case Managers Society UK.

Qualifications & Training

Qualifications

Diploma in adult nursing studies (Adult) – Teesside Universityy  –  October 2014

Health, safety and welfare – Level 1 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Equality, diversity and human rights – level 1 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Moving and handling – level 1 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Moving and handling – level 2 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Resuscitation – level 1 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Resusuctation adults – Level 2 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Resuscitation peadiatric – Level 2 –  Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Resuscitation Newborn – Level 2 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Safeguarding adults level 1 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Safeguarding adults level 2 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Safeguarding children level 1 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Safeguarding children level 2 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Preventing redicalaisation – Level 3 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Conflict resoltution – Level 1 – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Infection prevention and control – Level 1& Level 2 –  Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Data security awareness – Level 1  – Elearning for Healthcare –  November 2020

Vaccine administration – Elearning for Healthcare –  January 2021

Conferences

Communication and ABI – The Northern Acquired brain injury forum – March 2019

Seminars

Nutrition issues following serious neurological injury – Specialist Nutrition Rehab – June 2019

Legal issues for seriously injured people and what lies ahead – Sinton’s Law – July 2019

Rediscovering the joy of food and eating after catastrophic injury – Specialist Nutrition rehab/Altered East CIC & Speech therapy North East – February 2020

Study Days

Principals of postural management – A Chance for Life Lt – November 2019

Introduction to case management – Case Management Society UK – May 2019

Medication Administration Awareness – Curve Learning & Development – June 2020

Understanding and working with people who have Acquired Brain Injury – A Chance for Life Ltd – July 2020

Webinars

Neuropsychological testing in the COVID-19 age: The case for tele neuropsychology – Irwin Mitchell – November 2020.