Case Managers provide members access to professional assistance that will enhance their ability to manage issues related to epilepsy and improve their quality of life.
Case Management Services
Assess situation and needs
Case managers begin by making a thorough assessment of a potential member’s needs by conducting an intake assessment. Together they will work to identify epilepsy needs, set goals, and develop a plan to achieve set goals through internal services and external referrals.
Ongoing Case Management
Ongoing check-ins are conducted based on members’ needs. During regular check-ins, a case manager evaluates progress, focuses on helping members stay on track with goals and provides access to resources.
Case managers assist members by researching and providing resources. These resources include public benefits (transportation, SSI/SSDI, PUNS, healthcare, supplemental nutrition, housing), access to medical care, IEP/504 Plans, legal referral, and employment assistance.
For more information, contact Anastasia McCargo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TestimonialsWhat people are saying…
“I know that I can always call and get the help I need. The Foundation’s range of resources is amazing and has helped me physically and mentally. They are here to help anyone who wants and needs it. I know that I am not alone.”
“The Foundation has helped me overcome obstacles and make friends with people my age who understand me. I don’t let my diagnosis stop me from living my life”
Alexander, Camp Phoenix and Kids & Teens Club participant
“Before I connected with the Foundation, I didn’t know that other people go through what I go through. I’ve learned so much here and am much more aware of my opportunities.”