Case Manager for Family Services

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PathWays of the River Valley

Claremont, New Hampshire (NH) Posted on Wed, 22 June 2022 09:56:24 GMT Competitive Salary Permanent Full Time Source: PathWays of the River Valley

Do you possess excellent organizational skills? Do you have a couple of years of case management experience? If so, our Family Services Coordinator position may be for you. In this role, you will assist individuals with developmental disabilities and their families by providing service coordination and advocacy while linking them to existing community and state resources. You will also assist them with budget administration and serve as a liaison with community members, state agencies, and service providers as needed. Here are a few examples of your responsibilities:
  • You advocate and support families and individuals in a manner that increases opportunities for participation in the community by responding to the changing needs of the family as a whole and balances the use of informal and formal resources.
  • You work in cooperation with other team members regarding issues of quality supports and family/individual areas of concern including utilization of services.
  • You participate in educational/area agency transition meetings and planning and work in conjunction with Early Supports and Services staff as assigned.
  • You coordinate assessments and evaluations for all individuals as assigned.
  • You secure all necessary referrals, documentation, and relevant data to determine the individual’s unique needs including though not limited to the Support Intensity Scale (SIS) and Health Risk Screening tool (HRST).
  • You facilitate the legal process for individuals/families as necessary including Guardianship, Power of Attorney, Advance Directive planning, and Representative Payee.
  • You facilitate planning meetings for individuals including completing, compiling, and processing Individual Service Agreements/Amendments/Action Plans and other related documents as requested or required.
  • You participate in an ON-CALL rotation as scheduled and share caseload coverage of others as requested during vacations, sick time, emergencies, or other times as assigned.
In other words, you serve as the hub in the wheel of an individual's and their families' support with PathWays.

All applicants must go through a background check process which includes a criminal background check, a driving history check, a Bureau of Elderly and Abuse check as well as a check through the federal Office of Inspector General for Medicaid and/or medicare fraud. All applicants must also be fully vaccinated at the time of hire.


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