|Adult Case Management
This program provides community-based case management to adult survivors and their families who reside in the Brain Injury Services of SWVA service area.
Case management is the process of identifying, planning, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating services and resources to meet an individual's needs. A collaborative process is used to identify survivor-centered goals, and marshal (coordinate) resources to meet those goals.
In addition, case management includes advocating for and creating community resources needed to assist survivors in maximizing recovery, optimizing employment or service potential, and reintegrating into their families and communities.
- Areas which are frequently the focus of case management services include:
- Behavior/Self Direction
- Cognitive Skills and Communication
- Health and Medical Services
- Mobility and Transportation
- Recreation and Socialization
- Self Care and Independent Living
- Vocation and Employment
In addition to case management services, Brain Injury Services of SWVA provides:
- Education and Training to Local Service Providers and Schools
- Family Support
- Information and Referral
- Life Skills Training
- Professional Consultation
- Promotion of Brain Injury Prevention
There is no cost for case management services directly provided by a Case Manager. If a person receives a service that is contracted for by their Case Manager, then the Financial Eligibility Form will determine whether the client will be required to contribute towards the cost of a particular service.
Brain Injury Services is committed to streamlining delivery of services through interagency collaboration. Utilizing existing organizations provides cost-effective services to the individual and the community. Services coordinated through partnerships include:
- Caregiver Support
- Job Training/Coaching
- Mental Health Consultation
- Respite Care
- Socialization and Recreation Programs