Define and monitor the member's progress towards meeting his/her identified goals.
Attend all team meetings for the member to discuss the member's current state including, but not limited to their satisfaction with services and support staff, goal progress and development, incidents, behaviors and medications.
Maintain required documentation in accordance with agency and funding source requirements including attendance records, incident reporting and monthly progress notes.
Conduct regular site visits to each program assigned to caseload.
Prepare for and attend on-site reviews/funding source audits to review related documentation for compliance and updating as necessary.
Provide ongoing support to the member and his/her support team and providers, including personal care assistance and crisis intervention as needed.Provide case management services to adults who are affected by developmental disabilities to include assessment and the advocacy for and coordination of wraparound services linking members to needed medical, psychiatric, educational, etc. resources in their community.
Bachelor's degree in social work or related field or equivalent experience. 2 years of experience in human services or child welfare programs.
Licenses/Certifications: Current state driver's license.
Education Experience: Registered Nurse (RN), physician or bachelor's degree in a social science or health-related field or 2 years of experience working with developmentally or intellectually disabled clients or behavioral health clients.
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