I/DD Waiver Case Management
Case Managers are liaisons between individuals//families and their treatment or care options. Based on the needs and values of the client, and in collaboration with all service providers, the case manager links clients with appropriate providers and resources throughout the continuum of health and human services and care settings, while ensuring that the care provided is safe, effective, client-centered, timely, efficient, and equitable.
This is an overview of what your Case Manager will help you with:
Overseeing required paperwork to maintain your eligibility for the waiver program.
Coordinating, holding, and documenting treatment plans (IPPs).
Budgeting and purchasing your services from KEPRO.
Monitoring of all service and habilitation needs as outlined on your IPP.
Completing home visits and day habilitation visits.
Ensure development of the crisis plan.
Monitoring to ensure that your health and safety needs are addressed.
Provide linkage and referral to community resources.
Act as an advocate for you.
CSI can offer case management services for both the traditional service model and the traditional with self-directed model of services.
Due to the implementation of conflict-free case management (CFCM), CSI will be unable to provide both case management and direct services to the same individual. This means, if we provide your case management, we cannot also provide any direct services and vice versa.