Case Management services assist individuals to make personal choices as well as identify and access services or supports which would lead to the most satisfying and normal community life style possible. Case managers coordinate the development of a person-centered plan that lists the actions required to meet the identified needs and desires of individuals served. Planning processes incorporate all services/supports needed and received by the individual.
Each individual receiving services through Vaughn-Blumberg is assigned a case manager. One of the primary roles the case manager serves is to be an advocate for the individuals receiving services. The case manager attempts to ensure each person and family caring for that individual are aware of services that are available to meet identified needs. The case manager maintains a relationship with each person through ongoing contact at the program and home visits throughout the year.