Using Case Management to Help a Child With Autism
“Parents of children with autism can feel isolated. Often, these parents don’t understand how to proceed when it comes to best care for their child. Case managers are vital to mapping a course for a child with autism.” - Gregory Ruel.
Portland, Maine — Parents of children with autism are rightfully worried about the best path for their child. There’s an endless list of obstacles when it comes to combating the affliction of autism and the number of children being diagnosed with autism continues to increase.
Thankfully, there are cost-effective services available to assist families i mapping a path for a child. Such services, such as Pine Tree Society , get involved in the life of a child with autism or similar development delays right from the time of diagnosis. Given the crucial need for early intervention in the lives of these young children, it’s never too early to identify an effective case manager.
Some of the services provided by a case manager include working with the family to secure financial assistance. In Maine for example, case managers will help families apply for MaineCare and Katie Beckett to supplement needed care and specialist visits. The agency also helps to coordinate and monitor in-home supports and to work with school related transitions.
Gregory Ruel (Portland, Maine)
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