The Care Management Program serves people in Northern California living with multiple sclerosis. The program serves individuals and families whose chronic long-term care needs can no longer be solely met by family and friends. This program also assists families in navigating a fragmented and confusing healthcare and social service delivery system in order to access services and programs that support community living and avoid premature institutionalized care. The goal of our Care Management program is to coordinate social, economic, and health care resources to meet individual needs and prevent costlier care. If you would like to access our care management program, please call us at 1-800-344-4867.
Screening: Preliminary intake to determine appropriateness of care management service
Comprehensive Assessment: Assessment of client's needs, resources, abilities, and support system. Assessments are done in the client’s home by certified and trained Care Managers.
Care Planning: Prioritizing issues of concern and developing strategies to address the identified needs
Service Arrangement: Obtaining the most appropriate, highest-quality and most cost-effective long-term care services, or services which support independent living dependent on client needs. Services that may need to be explored and developed on behalf of clients include the following:
Coordination: Coordinating assistance from both paid and unpaid service providers
Monitoring: Follow-up on delivery and quality of services, and whether goals and outcomes are being met
Reassessment: Evaluation of outcomes of care plan and the development of appropriate modifications
If you would like to access our care management program, please call us at 1-800-344-4867.