Case Management is required for all individuals who receive Title XIX Home and Community Based Waiver services. The role of case managers is to ensure that the individual’s personal specific needs are met and that funding for those services is approved by state authorities. Case Managers support adults and children living in family homes, agency group homes, staffed apartments in the community, or in foster homes.
Basic Case Management services include:
- Linkage and referral
- Health and welfare monitoring
- Budgetary oversight
- Treatment plan construction
- Treatment plan implementation and compliance