Creative solutions for unique needs

Creative solutions for unique needs

Griffiths Knight
Griffiths Knight
Griffiths Knight
Griffiths Knight
Griffiths Knight
Griffiths Knight
Griffiths Knight

Who we are

Griffiths Knight specialises in working with children and young people who are injured through clinical negligence or personal injury. We provide high quality, personalised case management, working with our clients, their family, carers and their legal team to assess the individual’s needs in terms of health, therapy, mobility, social care, education, equipment and accommodation.  Our goal is to enable positive futures for children and young adults through holistic, creative solutions which have been tailored to their unique needs.

Based in Eastbourne, our services cover the South East. We have close and effective working relationships with a number of legal firms, education and community care solicitors, therapists and schools throughout the region.

Naomi Griffiths is a member of the Case Management Society UK (CMSUK) and the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC).  HCPC sets standards for the education, training and practice of professionals in Health and Care and maintains a register of members who meet them.

She is also an Advanced Registered Practitioner Member of the British Association of Brain Injury & Complex Case Management (BABICM).  This requires demonstration of significant and relevant brain injury case management experience and Level 3 competency over a period equivalent to 3,500 hours, or three years’ full time case management work.

In order to ensure best practice and that we remain at the forefront of meeting changing standards for the future, Griffiths Knight has applied for registration with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and we will publish our registration details on confirmation.

Case Management is defined by the Case Management Society UK (CMSUK) as a collaborative process which assesses, plans, implements, co-ordinates, monitors and evaluates the options and services required to meet an individual’s health, social care, educational and employment needs, using communication and available resources to promote quality, cost effective outcomes.