Case Management provides services to older individuals, disabled adults and their families to assist them to access or coordinate services to keep older individuals in their home.

Activities include:

  • Assessing needs (including the physical, psychological, and social needs of the individual)
  • Developing service plans (such as hospital discharge plans)
  • Coordination and monitoring service delivery (including coordination and monitoring to ensure that services specified in the plan are being provided)
  • Providing follow-up and reassessment (revision of the status of the older individual, or if necessary, a primary caregiver or family member of the older individual)
  • In accordance with the wishes of the older individual, advocacy for needed services or resources

Who qualifies?

An individual who meets all of the following:

  • Consumer requires minimal assistance with one or more ADLs or IADLs
  • Consumer requires services from multiple health/social services provider
  • Consumer is unable to obtain, coordinate, and monitor the required service for selfwithout assistance.
  • Consumer does not have a designated person acting on their behalf that is able and willing to provide adequate coordination and monitoring of services.
  • Consumer agrees to receive CM service including an in-home comprehensiveassessment
  • Consumer is not eligible for duplicative CM services through any other agency.