What Is Case Management?
Case Management is the gateway to services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Broomfield and Boulder counties. Once individuals qualify for support through Imagine!, they, along with their family, guardians, friends, and program staff, meet with a case manager to discuss which services can help them reach their goals.
The case manager then drafts an Individual Plan (IP), which addresses the issues discussed in the meeting and outlines the strategy for going forward. Working directly with individuals and their families, the case manager helps obtain services through a Provider Approved Service Agency (PASA) which can include services through Imagine! programs, and makes sure these services are coordinated and delivered in a way that helps each person reach his or her goals. Frequent evaluations of an IP ensure that the strategy remains relevant to each individual’s needs.
Your case manager has 60 hours to work with you throughout the year. When you are approaching 60 hours, we will reach out to you to discuss your available options.
What Are Transition Services?
Transition services are defined as a coordinated set of activities for a student, designed within an outcome oriented process, which promotes movement from school to post-school activities.
Take a look at these transition milestones to learn more.
* Please remember that there are waiting lists for many services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Colorado. It is important that you contact us as early as possible so that we can begin the process.
Call the intake navigator at 720-274-5452 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The intake navigator will provide you with the information needed to get started and answer questions about services available in Boulder and Broomfield counties.