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Health Home Care Managers

a. Career Opportunities

Little Treasures is always seeking for individuals who want to make a difference, impact lives, and shape the future for children and adults with developmental disabilities and complex health conditions. We value and appreciate our employees and therefore we provide a benefit package to our employees. Specifics of each employee’s benefit package varies depending on different factors including job classification. Here is a sample of eligible benefits:

• Competitive Salary
• Employee Referral Bonus
• Group Healthcare Benefits
• Flexible work schedule
• Friendly working environment
• Specialized training
• Rewarding, positive, mission-driven work environment
• Opportunities for growth

b. Job Description
Title: Health Home Care Managers
Key Responsibilities
Health Home Care Managers are responsible for assisting individuals with developmental disabilities and complex medical conditions by organizing the high-quality daily care services they require. The Care Manager helps the individuals’ family understand their chronic condition(s), manage their symptoms, and ensure that all their treatment team providers involved are working together. After an intake assessment, care managers will take the reins in developing a care plan that suits the individual’s goals. On a typical day, our care managers:

• Meet with individual
• Connect with families
• Obtain available community resources for children, adults, and families for public assistance, housing, child care, food pantries, transportation, and much more
• Submit insurance paperwork
• Monitor individual progress
• Provide supportive, recovery- and wellness-directed coaching, and crisis counseling in-person and via telecommunication
• Communicate with doctors and other health professionals, educators, and child welfare services that are involved in the individuals care

Care managers usually balance a caseload of multiple individuals who are developmental. Medically Fragile, Serious Emotionally Disturbed, experienced Complex Trauma, and have HIV/AIDS. Care managers should have organizational skills, computer skills, basic knowledge of the children and adults’ public health/mental health system, child welfare, public entitlement, and social service programs. Care Managers must be reliable self-starters with the ability to work both independently and part of an interdisciplinary team. A Health Home Care Manager must be flexible in availability to work evenings, and after school to meet employed caregivers’ availability.