Borders Brain Injury Service Team

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Lauren Scott-Anderson


Service Manager


After 16 years of working within Management in General Practice, Lauren was looking for a new career challenge. She was drawn to the role of service manager for the Borders Brain Injury Service as it meant she could carry on doing what she feels most passionate about – helping others and making a difference in people’s lives.


In 2021, Lauren began studying a Foundation Degree in Leadership and Management of Health & Social Care, she also has a qualification in Pharmacy Studies and many years of experience of working within Medicines Management. 

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Caroline Keatinge


Community Rehabilitation Worker

Caroline supports people with acquired or traumatic brain injury to understand some of the hidden side effects of their injury.

Working with service users she offers help and advice on how they can manage some of the challenges they face related to their head injury including things such as short term memory loss, fatigue, word finding, isolation and anxiety. 


Before joining DCF Caroline was a primary school teacher.

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Lorraine Mackenzie



Lorraine joined the Borders Brain Injury Service in November 2018 as an Administrator. Part of Lorraine’s role involves working closely with the rehab team to support programme participants. Having initially worked on the Money Matters programme, Lorraine has a real passion for this sector and a desire to help others.

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Margot Crosbie


Community Rehabilitation Worker

Margot has worked in a range of roles from an English teacher to Inspector of Careers Services. In 2018 she retired from her role in Skills Development Scotland however, after a few months Margot was keen to use her past experience in a new role where she could work directly with people and make a real difference.