Case Management


Our Case Managers link children and families to various community programs and resources, and help them access educational, medical, and psychological services so they can meet their needs and achieve their goals. Targeted Case Management is available to children with developmental disabilities, a mental or behavioral health diagnosis, or a problematic medical diagnosis.


Adult Community Case Management is a service for adults who are eligible for developmental services and who are diagnosed with an intellectual disability and/or an Autism Spectrum Disorder.  ACCM works to assist adults with gaining access to education, employment, housing, social opportunities, and healthcare, as well as many other resources that the community has to offer.  This work is guided by a Person-Centered Plan (PCP), which clients create in collaboration with their team of providers to highlight personal needs and desires. At the core of all our efforts are the principles of community inclusion and personal independence, and we tenaciously advocate for our clients so that they may reach optimal functioning in both of these areas.


“Case management is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, care coordination,

evaluation, and advocacy for options and services to meet an individual’s and family’s

comprehensive health needs through communication and available resources

to promote quality, cost-effective outcomes.”

Case Management Society of America