AJ Case Management showing their support for Armed Forces

This Armed Forces Week, AJ Case Management have been demonstrating their ongoing commitment to supporting the Armed Forces, providing training for Help For Heroes and reconfirming their commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant with an article published on the West Midlands Reserve Forces & Cadets Association website, featuring profiles of AJ’s own veteran team members.

The Armed Forces Covenant

AJ are extremely proud to support the armed forces and are looking to work towards achieving their silver award for the Armed Forces Covenant in the coming months. They have developed strong relationships with the Armed Forces Community and have learnt about the challenges they face as they transition into civilian life. AJ aim to give opportunities within their services whenever possible.

The West Midlands RFCA article from AJ’s veterans gives some insight into their experiences.

Help For Heroes

Over a number of years AJ have developed close links with the fantastic welfare team at Help for Heroes and they provide case management to some of their most seriously injured veterans.

The service lead Carol Betteridge values AJ’s pragmatic and pro-active approach to case management. Carol and her team have also recognised how AJ’s case management model could help the wider community at Help for Heroes and AJ has been supporting them to implement this new service.

This week the AJ team provided training to assist with the development and supervision of the Help for Heroes Case Management Team and further training is planned later this year to look at developing the multi disciplinary model.

AJ’s Clinical Manager, Ali McNamara said: “It’s great to be working collaboratively, sharing knowledge and expertise to support veterans to move forwards with their lives.”

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