Sally Bell

BABICM Registered Practitioner Case Manager


Seaford, East Sussex

Areas Covered:

South East
South West


Behavioural & Learning Difficulty
Brain Injury
Neurological Diseases
Cerebral Palsy


  • Registered Nurse (Adult)
  • Nurse and Midwifery Council Member
  • Royal College of Nursing Member
  • Member of the British Association of Brain Injury and Complex Case Management (BABICM)


Sally’s motivation for joining CCMS is her desire to make a difference to people's lives. Sally is passionate about providing the highest standards of care and promoting independence. As a single parent who has been through some incredibly challenging times means that she has endless compassion for individuals and parents facing the most difficult of circumstances.

Life changing circumstances should not be a barrier; the destination can be the same, it is the journey to get there that may need to be different.

Sally has completed additional training to become a fully certified Case Manager. She has attended numerous study days relevant to her scope of practice at the time, including Managing Complex, and Long-Term Tracheostomy at the Royal Hospital for Neuro Disability. 

Sally attended Canterbury Christ Church University part time and was awarded a BSc in Interprofessional Practice in 2017 having completed modules in:

  • Inquiry Based Approaches
  • Issues in Peri-Operative Practice
  • Portfolio for Entry to Degree
  • Academic Development
  • Anaesthetic Practice
  • Assisting with Surgical Intervention
  • Preparing Learning Facilitators

Sally completed a Level 3 award in adult learning whilst a Clinical Tutor and updated her knowledge as a Practice Assessor.

Sally is an accomplished senior professional with managerial and learning and development experience, with strong leadership and relationship-building skills. A good communicator, able to influence and support practice change; with extensive clinical experience and a sound understanding of quality and regulatory requirements. Inspired to share knowledge, promote best practice, professional development and drive service improvement through support and education.

After a long and rewarding career as a Theatre Practitioner, Sally changed direction and went into social care, initially as a Clinical Tutor but then as the Head of Clinical Operations, Nursing and Allied Healthcare for an Organisation providing care and support for clients with:

  • Profound and multiple learning disabilities (Adults)
  • Acquired brain injury (Adults)
  • Neurological conditions (including Dementia)
  • Cerebral Palsy (Adults)
  • Anaesthetic, surgical and recovery experience (Paediatrics and adults)

A significant element of Sally’s role as Head of Clinical Operations involved building therapeutic relationships with residents and their families, in addition to reaching out to colleagues in community services to ensure that people supported in the services were able to live fulfilling, purposeful lives.

Sally worked at a senior level, engaging with counterparts across local healthcare services to improve access to healthcare where health inequalities existed. She worked as a member of the quality team, monitoring the quality-of-service provision through audit and quality assurance processes, implementing best practice, and ensuring the best outcomes for residents. She is a staunch advocate for enabling people to achieve their goals no matter what obstacles may impede progress. Sally is a passionate educator, believing that the best care is provided by well-educated staff who feel valued for the unique contribution they make. Sally has supported many students and has worked closely with the Open University and Kent Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Network.

Sally wanted to be a nurse for as long as she can remember, and she has now been a qualified nurse for nearly 40 years. The majority of her career has been in the private sector, having worked for BUPA and BMI Healthcare. A brief adventure to tick the box “worked in the Harley Street District", where she was a Theatre Manager, she later trained to be a Functional Assessor, providing reports for the DWP. Following her Head of Clinical Operations role, Sally became a Registered Manager and most recently has worked for Care UK as Quality Development Manager.

Sally works collaboratively, facilitating the co-production of supportive networks and pathways that enable her clients to achieve the quality of life to which they aspire.


Sally has two children, both adults now. One working as a Pharmacy Technician, the other in IT. She is enormously proud of them both. Navigating through education and healthcare services to ensure that her children received the support they needed means that Sally understands how daunting such journeys are and she is committed to ensuring that she carefully and competently supports her clients and their loved ones to achieve the life of their choosing, no matter what.

Sally is an avid gardener and has recently completed a home renovation, much of which she accomplished herself. She loves to read; she sews and is a dog lover. She is a Francophile and camping was her “go to” holiday, but she feels too old now!

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