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Connecting You to

Your Best Life

Our Care Coordinators link and refer people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to a huge network of resources. We make sure individuals and families have access to the support they need!

As you navigate through the complicated world of eligibility and enrollment, we are with you every step of the way.

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What is Care Coordination?

At the heart of Care Coordination are connections and referrals that provide positive outcomes. Person Center Centered Services’ Care Coordinators work continuously with individuals, families, community providers and organizations to make sure the people we serve are connected to the care, support and opportunities they need.

The duties of our Care Coordinators include:

– Monitoring circumstances and services during life transitions

– Coordinating access to medical, dental and behavioral services

– Keeping track of safety and residential needs

– Referring to community and social support services

– Creating a holistic Life Plan and adapting the plan as new goals and needs arise

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Who is Eligible for Care Coordination?

Individuals may be eligible for supports and services from New York State’s Office for People With Developmental Disabilities, and therefore eligible for Care Coordination. If eligibility is not yet granted, our Intake Specialists can help with the eligibility process. Care Coordinators support individuals with a qualifying condition.

Examples of qualifying conditions include: Intellectual Disability, Cerebral Palsy, Epilepsy, Neurological Impairment, Autism, Familial Dysautonomia, Prader-Willi Syndrome.

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Person Centered Services is dedicated to providing every individual with the tailored support he or she deserves – for life.

Our commitment includes:
✓ Comprehensive care – creating a ‘Life Plan’
✓ Care coordination and health promotion – monitoring all health-related services, safety needs and more
✓ Comprehensive transitional care – coordinating activities related to life circumstances
✓ Referrals of individuals to community and social support services
✓ Individual and family support – referrals of family to community services and promoting informed choices
✓ Use of sophisticated health information technology