Waiver case managers help people identify, access and navigate supports and services. Waiver case managers are responsible for providing the information a person needs to make informed choices about supports and services. This includes social, health, educational, vocational and financial services.
To work as an effective team supporting people on waivers, case manager need connect people to waiver employment services, coordinate services, monitor services, and collaborate with other professionals.
Determine your current case management knowledge about supporting employment.
Connect the person to waiver employment services
Learn how to connect people different waiver employment services during engage, plan, and keep.
Learn how to coordinate services that support employment.
Monitor waiver employment services
Learn how to monitor waiver employment services during engage, plan and keep phases.
Collaborating with other professionals
Learn strategies to collaborate with other professionals on a person’s employment team.
Guidance for supervisors
Find ideas to help your staff become experts at the responsibilities that case managers in the E1MN partnership have supporting people on waivers with work.