$36.58-$49.53 Hourly / $2,926.22-$3,962.31 BiWeekly /
In the Department of Developmental Services and the Department of Social Services this class is accountable for independently performing a full range of tasks in providing case management services for persons with intellectual disability and their families to ensure the delivery of appropriate medical, educational/vocational, social, residential and other services and conformance with Federal Medicaid Waiver Reimbursement Program regulations and with federal regulations when specifically assigned.
Works under the general supervision of a Developmental Services Supervisor of Case Management or an employee of higher grade.
May provide functional supervision to members of the interdisciplinary/planning support team and direct care staff and clerical staff as assigned.
Performs activities related to individual services plans for conformity with federal and/or agency standards; coordinates and monitors the delivery of waivered services to ensure the federal requirements for reimbursement are met and maintained and monitors completion of appropriate documentation; develops social service evaluations and service recommendations; oversees and supports continuity of care and waiver benefits; monitors development and ensures maintenance of individual files including required documentation; provides information and support to individuals and families in obtaining and maintaining social services benefits to ensure continued waiver eligibility; provides guidance and support to individual and/or family members in locating appropriate providers in the community; convenes, chairs and facilitates interdisciplinary/planning support team meetings to develop, review and/or modify individual service plans; coordinates integration of day program, residential, medical and other services provided to each individual and ensures service delivery; assists with identifying the need for evaluations, scheduling of evaluations and monitors completion; acts as liaison and provides technical assistance to service providers and monitors compliance with departmental and waiver policies and procedures; maintains regular contact and provides supportive guidance to assigned individuals and their families; gives information to individuals and/or call-in’s, guardians and families regarding their legal rights, departmental policies and procedures, services provided and encourages participation in service planning process; schedules program reviews and monitors implementation of specific program recommendations; ensures that legal and financial documents are completed in a timely manner; informs appropriate supervisor and regional administrative staff when services are not or cannot be provided; performs related duties as required.
May review individual service plans for conformity to federal regulations; assists with responses to ICF surveys, inspections and IPR/UR as required; may coordinate the development and assist with the implementation of Plans of Correction; performs related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of services available to persons with intellectual disability; knowledge of residential programs for persons with intellectual disability; knowledge of interdisciplinary approach to program planning; knowledge of intellectual disability, causes and treatment; considerable skill in facilitating positive group process; interpersonal skills; oral and written communication skills; considerable ability to understand and translate clinical findings and recommendations into program activities and develop realistic program objectives; ability to collect and analyze large amounts of information; ability to utilize computer software.
The General Experience is defined as one of the following: