N-Able services

Anne Riley




Name:            Anne Riley, BA (Hons), MA (Econ), CQSW

Job Title:       Case Manager

                    Registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council (HCPC)


Professional Qualifications

MA (Econ) and Certificate of Qualification in Social Administration and Social Work (1982)


Professional Memberships & Affiliations

Advanced practitioner member of British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers. Former member of BABICM council; founding chair of its’ Children and Young People’s special interest group.


Current Experience

Anne became a Case Manager in 1995 and has worked with N-Able Services since January 2004. She works exclusively with children, young people and their families with both acquired and traumatic brain injuries. These include injuries sustained at or around the time of birth and as a result of illness or accident. She is experienced in:


Previous Experience

Anne worked in health related social work settings from 1988 to 1995 initially as a Social Worker in a district general hospital in Manchester and then at The Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital, in a specialist role working with children receiving treatment for cancer and leukaemia and their families. In 1995 she moved to the independent sector as Social Worker to a new rehabilitation service for children with acquired brain injury. Anne established the organisation’s social work service and from that developed a case management practice. From 2001 to 2004, while continuing to practice as a Case Manager, Anne worked for a voluntary children’s services provider setting up a brain injury rehabilitation service for children and young people and managing its’ child protection service.


Professional Development


Delivery of courses and presentation

March 2009 – The Child Brain Injury Trust’s annual conference on “Heading towards the future: Managing the transitions following brain injury using a case managed approach

July 2009 – Role of the Case Manager – Presentation to the Child Brain Injury Trust’s Child and Family Support Officers

October 2010 – presentation to a conference in Manchester for families and professionals under the title “The Road Ahead – Case managers and families working together after acquired brain injury in children and young people”.