The Case Manager will be responsible for developing, implementing and evaluating individual care plans for adults with disabilities in residential services that meet participants' health, safety and welfare needs.
The Case Manager also advocates for community integration and serve as a liaison between the participant, their families, funding sources and other circle of support.
The Case Manager provides counseling, training, and information and referrals to participants' to enhance their independence and self-sufficiency in the community and overall life experiences.
Must obtain and maintain CPR and First Aid certification and pass a TB, physical and background clearance through Live scan. Must have reliable transportation, as travel is a requirement, computer knowledge, valid driver's license, proof of full coverage insurance and clean driving record for the past three years is required.