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Case Manager (22190)

Company:
Person Centered Care Services
Location:
Staten Island, New York, United States
Posted:
November 07, 2018

Description:

Performance Activities

The Case Manager ensures delivery of support services to those receiving services in a manner that is consistent with professional standards of case management, the regulations indicated in the Case Manager rules and reglations, the key to home and community based waiver services and consistent with the policies of PCCS.

To enhance persons experience through recommending appropriate service and supports.

To encourage an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual help for each person and their family/advocate.

Provide linage to additional supports and services as needed to the person, all staff, parents, administrators and regarding any concerns of their personal life plan.

Schedule and attend all annual and semiannual reviews and complete ISP’s as regulated.

Maintain close contact with staff, families and the person concerning progress.

Attend and participate in monthly clinical staff meetings as deemed by the Program Supervisor and other members of the Clinical Team.

Complete face to face visits as required, with each person identified on assignment and complete a contemporaneous monthly note along with a detailed list of monthly activities.

Provide each person and their family/advocate with materials on new program offerings complete applications to obtain services.

Attend and participate in all service plan meetings for each person. As regulated.

Ensure the proper reporting, investigation and review of all incidents relative to OPWDD Part 624 regulations and the Justice Department.

Complete all other assignments as deemed necessary by the supervisor.

Qualifications

A Bachelor of Arts or Science degree with two years of relevant experience, or a license as a Registered Nurse with two years of relevant experience, or a Master’s degree with one year of relevant experience. (required to show proof)

Absolute sense of integrity and personal commitment to serving people with I/DD and their families.

Excellent interpersonal, public speaking, and written communication skills.

Ability to work autonomously.

Demonstrate professionalism, respect and ability to work in a team environment.