Case Manager

We Can Too Center Published: August 11, 2017
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Social Work
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High School Diploma or GED
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Darcy Benford
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We Can Too is a 501©3 non-profit organization, established in 2015 that provides adult day activity services to people with intellectual and physical disabilities. Our vision is to provide expert level services to individuals with Special Needs enabling them to achieve their greatest potential as they integrate to their most independent community life. We Can Too serve individuals and families in the Greater Waco, Dallas/Fort Worth and Austin areas. Our current openings are in Austin and Killeen.

Our company currently provides day activity in the form of community integration, educational services as well as job training services. Our short-term objective (within the next three years) is to increase visibility and activity in all divisions and to reach other clients with similar diagnoses residing in the state-supported living centers, and throughout the community providing an optimal community living experience. Our long-term objective is to maintain services to the clientele while adding activities to include various community outings in and out of their local living area.

• Coordinate the development and implementation of the individuals’ IPP;
• Coordinate the delivery of the individuals’ IPC;
• Coordinate and monitor the delivery of WCT program services and services from other sources;
• Integrate various aspects of services delivered under the WCT program and through other sources;
• Record each individual’s progress or lack of progress;
• Develop a pre-discharge plan;
• Maintain accurate record keeping and;
• Arrange transportation to and from services, social events, etc.

Required Experience

Experience and/or training in working with individuals with developmental disabilities and demonstrated, working knowledge of principles or normalization.

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