“Case management is a process, encompassing a culmination of consecutive collaborative phases, that assist clients to access available and relevant resources necessary for the client to attain their identified goals. Key phases within the case management process include: client identification (screening), assessment, stratifying risk, planning, implementation (care coordination), monitoring, transitioning and evaluation. Within the case management process the Case Manager navigates each phase of the case management process (as applicable) with careful consideration of the client’s individual, diverse and special needs, including aspirations, choices, expectations, motivations, preferences and values, and available resources, services and supports,” Marfleet, F., Trueman, S. & Barber, R. (2013). 3rd Edition, National Standards of Practice for Case Management, Case Management Society of Australia & New Zealand.
Positive Therapeutic Services are able to offer highly skilled case management services which assist clients to access and engage with relevant supports thus enabling the client to reach their identified goals.