Innova Care Concepts, which is a sister company of Yorkshire Care Equipment, has branched out from providing equipment to hospitals and hospices and is now working in case management and litigation projects.
Having previously focused solely on multi-user environments, this is a first for Innova as it looks to supply and install its patented equipment in private homes.
Litigation and case management includes working with people who have had severe life-changing injuries that may have been caused by a variety of reasons. Innova will assist with home adaptations that may include level access facilities equipped with specialist equipment, such as patient lifting hoists.
This development has also meant that Innova has hired a new member of staff to oversee the case management process.
Litigation project specialist Ramsey Hulbert has left Yorkshire Care Equipment to join the Innova team. He explained that the firm wants to come up with new ways to help injured people remain as independent as possible at home.
“Having previously worked with case managers and private occupational therapists, I know that Innova will provide a new forward-thinking way to tackle traditional problems regarding accessibility in people’s homes. Our innovative product range will be key in taking case management one step further, providing subtle accessible solutions that won’t make our client’s house look clinical.”
Having previously been handled by their sister company Yorkshire Care Equipment, the move means that all case management and litigation projects will be designed and delivered exclusively by Innova.
Although all work will now be carried out by Innova using its patented products, it will still have full access to Yorkshire Care Equipment’s product range including electric wheelchairs, specialist seating, and bathing equipment.
Innova will be offering a complete case management package at a discounted price which will cover all CAD design work, project management, installations, and further servicing, ensuring that all work is carried out to a consistently high quality and delivered on time.
The company is also looking to host a free case management training day this year to discuss new and interesting ways litigation projects can be planned and specified.