Targeted Case Management

Target Case Management is dedicated to ensuring children and adults are achieving their goals.  Case managers assist 216 clients to identify and maintain eligible state and federal funding, develop person centered support plans and advocate for medical services.  SLI has access to professionals trained and educated for autism spectrum disorders, mental health and behavioral supports and planning. 

We have trained SLI staff in social work, psychology, human services education, professionals with nursing education and a licensed mental health technician. The Targeted Case Management program works with each person served to best suit their needs. We offer services that reflect individual interest and support individual growth. All areas of life are valued and are part of the program agenda.

Frequently Asked Questions about Targeted Case Management:

Who are the services for?
SLI serves individuals 5 and up with intellectual disabilities.

What will a Sheltered Living case manager do for my family?
The SLI Case Manager will:
1. assess your loved one to verify if they are eligible and determine service need
2. develop a specific support care plan tailored to their needs
3. do a referral and look at related activities such as how to obtain services and schedule appointments
     as needed
4. monitor and follow-up on activities.

How do I start?
You call Shawnee County Community Developmental Disabilities at 785-232-5097. They will assist you to determine eligibility and give you a list of providers in Shawnee County if eligibility is approved.  SLI, also, can help you set up appointments as needed.  

Did you know?
You have the right to be involved in transitioning your child between schools which include:
1.    stating your preference in schools and classroom environments.
2.    requesting additional services specific to your child's needs.
3.    if your child may be eligible for Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
4.    if your child may be eligible for KanCare.
5.    if your child may be eligible for Social Security.

Terri's Story:
Terri has been a part of Sheltered Living since 2011 and receives TCM services from us. Terri had been living with her mother who deceased and then started living by herself . During that time she rarely went anywhere outside of the home or had any contact with anyone who was not family.

Once Terri began receiving TCM services from SLI, planning was focused on developing her self identity and connecting her and connecting her with health and mental health providers. Because she is now effectively treated , she has been participating in many SLI activities and volunteering weekly at the Helping Hands Humane Society. She is now using public transportation on her own, Shopping for herself, budgeting and takes more pride in her appearance. Overall her life has greatly expanded and is a much happier person!

For further information contact:
Tim Gorton, Director of Support Services
(785) 233-2566

 

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