Kenova - West Virginia (WV), 25530
Establish a person-centered process for coordinating the supports, range of services, instruction and assistance needed by persons with developmental disorders.
- Assist consumer and/or their legal representatives with re-determination of financial eligibility as required by the DHHR office in the county where the consumer lives.
- Verify financial eligibility during monthly home visits.
- Participate in discharge process and provide linkage to services appropriate to the level of need when a member is found to be ineligible for I/DD Waiver Services during annual eligibility review.
- Assist with procurement of all services that are appropriate and necessary for each member within and beyond the scope of the I/DD Waiver program.
- Provide education, linkage, and referral to community resources.
- Monitor to ensure that the member’s health and safety needs are addressed.
- Meet with assigned consumers at least monthly and with their supports at the consumer’s
- residence to verify that services are being delivered in a safe environment, in accordance with the
- IPP and that services are being appropriately documented.
- Meet with assigned consumers in non-residential settings, including facility-based day program
- supported employment sites and volunteer locations.
- Comply with all company/state/federal reporting requirements.
- Coordinate necessary evaluations to be utilized as a basis of need and recommendation for
- services in the development of the IPP.
- Support consumers as necessary to convene and conduct IDT meetings and notify IDT member
- 30 days in advance of meeting.
- Promote a valuable and meaningful social role for assigned consumers in the community while
- recognizing their unique cultural and personal value system.
- Act as advocate for assigned consumers.
- Provide oral and written information about the I/DD Waiver provider agency rights and
- grievance procedures for consumers.
- Communicate with other service providers on the IDT to allow for continuity of services.
- Coordinate and develop consumer Individual Program Plans (IPP) annually and review at least
- every 90 days unless specified in the plan.
- Coordinate critical juncture and discharge/transfer meetings and services.
- Access the necessary resources detailed in the IPP, make referrals to qualified services providers
- and resources, and monitor that service providers implement the instruction, behavioral and
- service objectives of the IPP.
- Interface with required agencies on behalf of assigned consumers in regard to the assessment process, and the purchase of services/budget development.
- Disseminate copies of IPP to the IDT members within 14 days.
- Provide planning and coordination before, during and after crisis.
- Provide information and assistance regarding consumer-directed service options during annual IPP.
- Present proposed restrictive measures to the Human Rights Committee.
- Clinical Skills
- Verbal and Written Communication
- Knowledge of Waiver I/DD program requirements
- Ability to travel between locations (Valid driver’s license and automobile insurance)
- Degree in Field which meets Waiver Title XIX requirements.
Job Type: Full-time
- relevant: 1 year (Preferred)
- Bachelor's (Required)
- Health insurance
- Dental insurance
- Vision insurance
- Retirement plan
- Paid time off
This Company Describes Its Culture as:
- Detail-oriented -- quality and precision-focused
- Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture
- People-oriented -- supportive and fairness-focused
- Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative