Case Management for Individuals & Families
The Case Management for Individuals and Families concentration prepares students to complete assessments, advocacy work, and case management in a variety of social service agencies, such as county departments of Job and Family Services, rehabilitation centers, juvenile courts, and agencies serving older adults.
Case managers provide assistance to individuals and families by coordinating services and access to resources. Students in this concentration will learn the skills necessary to understand clients' needs and goals, and develop a plan to achieve these goals with the resources and services available to them. Case managers build strong relationships with community agencies at an individual and organizational level in order to best serve their clients' needs. Case managers form long and short term relationships with clients based on their individual or family needs.
Potential candidates for this concentration are resourceful, have good decision making skills, strong communication and interpersonal skills, and a strong desire to improve the quality of life of others and the community in which they live.
For more information contact Dr. Kelly Cichy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|HDFS||44035||Assessment & Strategies in Case Management||3|
|HDFS||44036||Generalists Case Management Strategies||3|
|HDFS||44192||Internship in HDFS-Case Management I||3-6|
|HDFS||44292||Internship in HDFS-Case Management II||3-6|
|HED||32530||Drug Use and Misuse||3|
|HED||34060||Small Group Processes||2|
|HSRV||21000||Dynamics of the Helping Relationship||3|
|Select 3 hours from the following:|
|SPED||23000||Introduction to Exceptionalities||2|