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Case Manager 3/4 Time 

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Description

Case Managers are primarily responsible for three areas of Support Services: 1) Providing case management for an assigned caseload of clients who receive Medicaid Waivered services as designated on each client's Plan of Care; 2) Facilitating the development and implementation of each client's Individualized Service Plan through quarterly reviews and regular monitoring; and 3) Supervising Direct Service Professionals for service delivery. The Case Manager serves as the REACH primary point of contact for waivered clients, their families and other community service providers involved in the clients' cases.

 
Position Requirements Essential Functions of the Position:

1) Case Management
a) Provide support and assistance to client's, and their family's as directed by the client's Plan of Care
i) Oversight and assistance as needed with client finances, maintaining eligibility for public benefits, access to healthcare, and advocating in various settings (school, community, worksite, etc.)
ii) Regularly communicate with each client's Care Coordinator regarding any information involving client needs, goals and objectives, and services
iii) Distribute and collect completed client specific Medication Records on a monthly basis, and create new Medication Records when a medication change occurs
iv) Assist clients in accessing funding sources other than Medicaid Waivers (i.e. mini-grants, scholarships, etc.) as needed
v) Recognize need for and connect clients and families with services that may assist clients in meeting needs and goals (financial management, legal advocates, counseling, medical professionals, transportation, supported employment, day habilitation, etc.)
vi) Coordinate with physicians and/or nursing staff to address client healthcare needs
vii) Assist clients with identifying and setting up employment and volunteer opportunities, and maintain on-going relationships with clients' employers
b) Coordinate and facilitate clients' team meetings quarterly and as needed
i) Monitor service usage on a quarterly basis and as needed; modify services to match client needs and authorized service levels
ii) Monitor progress on goals and objectives on a quarterly basis and as needed
iii) Revise goals and objectives as determined by the client, client's family, and other members of the client's team
iv) Update the client's Service Delivery Note on a quarterly basis and as needed to reflect current goals and objectives
2) Individualized Service Plans
a) Develop and monitor Individualized Service Plans for each client on an assigned caseload
b) Update information on Individualized Service Plans from Annual Planning Meetings, Quarterly Team Meetings, and as new information becomes available
c) Ensure that information provided on the Individualized Service Plan follows REACH Service Principles, Core Values, and Mission Statement
d) Use Individualized Service Plans as a training tool for Direct Service Professionals
e) Provide Direct Service Professionals with a current copy of the clients' Individualized Service Plan that they provide service to, and place a copy signed by each Direct Service Professional working with a client in that client's master file
3) Supervision
a) Recruit and hire Direct Service Professionals
b) Ensure Direct Service Professionals have necessary training, orientation, certification, and clearances to work with clients
c) Create Direct Service Professionals' staff schedule
d) Provide direct service for clients as needed to meet client service needs
e) Regularly visit Direct Servic  

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