Children’s Case Management (CCM)

Children Case Management

Case management at SCS is a collaborative, inclusive and individualized process. We work towards goal setting, planning, advocating and exploring available community resources to support the achievement of personal outcomes. This service is offered in Ottawa.


Region served: Ottawa



Definition:

Case management at SCS is a collaborative, inclusive and individualized process. We work towards goal setting, planning, advocating and exploring available community resources to support the achievement of personal outcomes. This service is offered in Ottawa.

A case manager will help you:

‣ Focus on goals that are important to you

‣ Include the people who are important to you

‣ Identify your strengths and interests

‣ Build and strengthen your relationships and support network

‣ Plan for life transitions

‣ Coordinate meetings with other service providers by:

◦ Assisting you with preparing for the meeting
◦ Supporting you at the meeting
◦ Understanding roles and responsibilities

‣ Support problem solving and group facilitation

‣ Coordinate community resources, such as:

◦ Skills development or education programs
◦ Social and recreational programs
◦ Child care programs
◦ Support workers or respite programs
◦ Volunteering or work opportunities
◦ Support groups
◦ Financial programs
◦ Housing services
◦ Transportation services
◦ Specialized services, such as counselling, behaviour management, medical, therapy, equipment …

Your relationship with your case manager is voluntary, based on your active participation in your plan. The worker facilitates goal oriented planning with time defined supports. The person/family is always an active participant in all decisions.



Eligibility:

The child must meet the following criteria to be eligible for CCM:

  • the child is at a sub-average general intellectual functioning level. In most cases, the scores of the child in the psychological assessment are below the second percentile;
  • the child has significant limitations in adaptive functioning in at least 2 of the following skill areas: communication, self-care, home living, social/interpersonal skills, use of community resources, self-direction, functional academic skills, work, leisure, and health and safety; or
  • the child has a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder.


Application:

Contact SCS or complete the online registration form:
https://scsonline.ca/intake/case-management-intake/ccm-eligibility-registration/



Cost: Free



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Not included in this service:
CCM does not offer residential services or day programs.