Case Manager, Day Habilitation

Summary:

The Case Manager utilizes a person-centered approach to write Individual Plans (IPs) by establishing meaningful, measurable, and individualized goals for each participant in the Day Habilitation Program.  The Case Manager will also monitor progress towards goals by completing quarterly IP Reviews and maintaining ongoing communication with the Manager and Direct Service staff.  The Case Manager will also fill the role of Community Learning and Retention Specialist (CLRS) during times of staff shortages.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Scheduling all Individual Plan meetings and interim meetings with Coordinators of Community Services and other relevant team members.

  • Complete 90-Day Reviews for each participant by reviewing progress towards goals and making recommendations as needed (augmenting specific measures, implementation strategies, etc.)

  • Maintain up-to-date Participant Profiles/Face Sheets and demographic information.

  • Provide quality case management services to meet participant needs as they arise (includes providing resources for ancillary services such as housing/residential, benefits, day care, mental health needs, etc.)

  • Maintain close communication with participant caregivers regarding participant progress and needs.

  • Serve as the primary Incident Report writer for the department, adhering to reporting timelines.

  • Attend Transition & Resource Fairs to market Day Habilitation Services, as well as other League programs.

  • Other Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assist Day Habilitation Manager with general inquiries, tours, and intakes for potential participants

  • Assist Day Habilitation Manager with reviews of new applications for program participants to assure that The League can provide quality services according to each individual’s needs.

  • In conjunction with Director and Manager of Day Hab Services, assist as needed with the development of DDA Service Funding Plans and/or add-on funding requests.

  • Serve as direct care staff during times of staff shortages.

  • Additional responsibilities as assigned by management.

  • Demonstrate the 5 Core Values of The League (Accountability, Participant Focus, Quality, Independence and Mutual Respect)

 

Qualification Requirements:

  • Must possess basic computer skills including Microsoft Word and Outlook.

  • Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.

  • Must have exceptional organizational skills and the ability to work with autonomy.

 

Educational and/or Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a related field preferred. HS Diploma with at least 3 years of successful experience in case management and/or working with individuals with disabilities required.

  • Must have knowledge of, or the ability to quickly gain understanding of, DDA and DORS regulations.

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A not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) charitable organization, contributions to which are tax-deductible.

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