The Case Manager is responsible to perform the record keeping functions of the program: compile data, create monthly and quarterly documentation, ISP’s, DHSP’s, Safety, Vocational and other required Assessments, and participate in the Interdisciplinary Team Process. Case Managers will also be an integral part of the daily programming/activities of the Program. Incorporation of the WOW! Magic into all aspects of our work life.
- Works with the ISP/IDT Team to develop ISP’s/ DHSP’s for each of the Guests.
- Maintains the Records of each Guest per assigned caseload:
- Requests documents from physicians or other allied professionals.
- Ensures all documents are up to date and filed correctly in each confidential file
- Completes Quarterly Documentation as required by DDS/Masshealth.
- Assists the ISP/ IDT Team in the completion of all necessary assessments and plans.
- Carries out specific duties and activities as needed, ensures Guest’s safety, and implements a broad variety of activities which promote the goals, needs and desires of each guest.
- Maintains a regular caseload, ensuring all documentation is completed in a timely manner which may include: daily data collection, monthly notes quarterly notes, ISP’s, DHSP’s, and all other necessary paperwork as assigned by program director.
- Keeps program area clean to ensure a healthy, clean environment for the Guests.
- Works with Colleagues assisting Guests on and off vans/cars, provides physical support entering and exiting building, moving Guests in wheelchairs and other needs as indicated by each guest.
- Teaches, trains, guides and directs Guests individually and in groups to reinforce skills, learn new skills and to increase independence for attainment of ISP goals.
- Regularly observes Guests’ behavior and performance and provides reports, updates and general observations to the Program Director and/or Case Management Supervisor and Interdisciplinary Team.
- Meets regularly with Case Management Supervisor for continued growth.
- Is knowledgeable of, and demonstrates in all duties the policies of American Training, Inc. in the areas of Human Rights and confidentiality.
- Proper, professional dress and demeanor required at all times.
- Participate in various groups/committees, either internally or outside the agency as assigned by Case Management Supervisor.
- Implement the Mission of American Training – “to Bring Out the Best in Everyone We Touch, because every LIFE Matters”
- Perform any other relevant duties as assigned by the Case Management Supervisor.
- Bachelor’s Degree
- At least two years of experience in the Developmental Disabilities field.
- Strong organization and communication skills.
- Must have strong writing skills.
- Knowledge of appropriate paperwork necessary for mandated record keeping.
- Use the highest standard of ethical conduct at all times, this includes respecting the confidentiality of Colleagues and Guests.
- Demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills.
- Participate in a workplace climate that celebrates and encourages diversity.
- Positively promote the image of Guests with developmental disabilities and American Training, Inc.
- Maintain an excellent training record by positively completing all training requirements.
- A valid driver’s license, the use of a personal vehicle with appropriate insurance coverage and a satisfactory CORI are required.
We offer a competitive benefits package; medical and dental insurance, generous earned time off, paid holidays and vacation, a fun work environment, and much more.
If you are interested, please apply below.