Case management is a systematic process. Enhance your case management knowledge and skills by:
- Explaining the purpose of case management.
- Comparing and contrasting the four common components of case management.
- Describing and distinguishing between the multiple roles rehabilitation counselors may encounter within the scope of practice of a case manager.
- Demonstrating a heightened awareness of the potential ethical challenges and issues faced in performing case management activities.
- Explaining why documentation is important, recognize what should be recorded, and determine when best to record and document the case.
- Categorizing time demands placed on rehabilitation counselor case managers.
Enhance your case management knowledge and skills by analyzing issues common to vocational rehabilitation case management and service delivery. The case study activities in this course are designed to help you apply the principles of case management, understand the multiple roles played by case managers, protect the client’s confidentiality, complete case recording and documentation effectively and efficiently, and manage time. Feedback is provided for each activity.
Hung Jen Kuo, PhD, CRC, LPC, MCP, MCSA (click here for Dr. Kuo's bio)
Roy J. Del Valle, PhD, CRC (click here for Dr. Del Valle's bio)
A Knowledge Check is included in each unit of the course. When you submit your answers, you’ll immediately receive feedback. You must achieve a minimum performance level of 70% (4 of 5 questions correctly answered) to successfully complete the course. Once the knowledge checks have been successfully completed, CE credit will be awarded.
This course has been pre-approved by The Commission for Case Manager Certification to provide continuing education credit to CCM board-certified case managers. The course is approved for 3 Continuing Education Clock Hours.
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