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Case Management Department
Providing People with ALS (PALS) and their families with assistance in
navigating the social service systems, and insurance maze, in order to
improve the quality of life of those affected by ALS.
What case managers can provide:
– We will help you assess your current needs and together we will decide
which issues need to be addressed first and by whom.
Social service agencies
In home services
Referring PALS and their families for Case Management Services:
Each new PALS/family
who registers with the chapter will be assigned a Case Manager so that
supportive rapport may be established even before specific case
management services are needed. Each person will also be requested to
sign a consent form to be kept on file at the ALSA-GLAC office.
The Case Manager will
conduct a needs assessment with the PALS/family to determine how the
Chapter can assist them, as well as collaborate with other agencies that
may be able to provide assistance.
Upon completing the
needs assessment, the Case Manager together with the PALS/family will
create a case management plan, outlining the issues that need to be
The Case Manager and
the PALS/family will work together to solve the problems outlined in the
case management plan.
If you have not been assigned a Case Manager, please
** Please remember:
the PALS/family must have a signed consent form on file in the ALSA- GLAC
office in order to take full advantage of case management services
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