Case management primarily exists to serve individuals with disability by elevating their opportunities to live to their highest potentials. This course links case management to the rehabilitation counseling philosophy and perspective.
Assess how the CRCC Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors (Code) guides ethical behavior in case management situations by:
- Analyzing models of case management;
- Categorizing the major ethical dimensions involved in case management services;
- Identifying the major ethical challenges within case management; and
- Recognizing your increased awareness of ethical challenges involving case management.
Rehabilitation counseling case managers rely on the Code as a guide to ethical behavior. Increase your awareness of the ethical dimensions involved in case management services as you analyze ethical challenges within those services. Evaluate how the six principles of the Code guide the ethical behavior of case managers.
This course includes six case studies that apply ethical principles to case management services situations. Knowledge check quizzes throughout the course provide immediate feedback to help you assess your understanding of the course content.
Todd Lewicki, PhD, LMSW (click here for Dr. Lewicki's bio)
Once the knowledge check quizzes have been successfully completed, CE credit will be awarded.
IF YOU LIKE THIS COURSE, YOU SHOULD ALSO TAKE:
- Ethics: Exploring the 2017 Code
- Ethics: Understanding and Using Decision-Making Models
- Principles of Case Management in the State/Federal Vocational Rehabilitation Setting
- Vocational Rehabilitation Case Management Issues and Strategies