Hope Association established in 1956 mission is: As Partners in our community, we will provide quality services to individuals and families through programs that enhance independence, dignity, choice and individual well being.
Hope Associations case managers assists individuals with intellectural disabilities and their team with obtaining, maintaining and monitoring services and plans for the future. The case manager will assist in the development of the individual’s Person Centered Plan (PCP) and attend all meetings that pertain to the development and monitoring of their plan. The case manager will review the goals of the PCP with the individual and/or their team as needed to ensure that their goals are being addressed and met.
Representative Payee Services: Assist with benefit management for current and foreseeable needs of the beneficiary and properly save any benefits nnot needed to meet current needs. Accountng is proviced to SSA.
All Community Case managers have met state educational requirements as well as received additional training in: 1st Aid, CPR, Crisis Prevention Intervention, Direct Support Professional certification, Obtaining Community Resources, Seizures, Driver Safety, HIPPA, and Rights of Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities.
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