Case management issues with special populations

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Case managers have a range of responsibilities, including determining eligibility, conducting comprehensive psycho-socials, doing assessment, setting goals, intervening in a wide range of personal, organizational, and community targets, and tracking client outcomes. However, certain client groups and problem areas may require certain specific focuses. This chapter discusses strategies for providing case management to special populations, including individuals with developmental disabilities, health care and chronic illness challenges, mental health and chronic mental illness, addictions, HIV/AIDS, and those involved in the child welfare system, the juvenile justice system, and the military. (Posted May 3, 2012)
http://lyceumbooks.com/downloads/casemgt3ed_CH8.pdf

 

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