Care Manager-Pic Mobert ID: 64244

Deadline Date: N/A

Location:  Pic Mobert

The Care Manager is the primary person responsible for assisting clients and their support systems in maintaining the highest possible level of independence and functioning in the least restrictive environment within a rural community setting.

Posting Date:
 Pic Mobert
Start Date:
Number of positions:
Days of work:
 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
 -receiving and processing all referrals and inquiries and providing clear and accurate information on available services to potential service users, related support networks, service providers, and community members, outlining what they can and cannot expect from certain services or care plans;
-liaising with informal support networks to determine existing available supports; completing multidimensional clinical assessments to determine needs and eligibility according to established criteria, and explain how the program works;
-developing, implementing and monitoring Service Plans in a fiscally responsible manner in consultation with clients and caregivers, encouraging optimal client independence and participation;
-liaising with service providers and suppliers to arrange and authorize necessary services, equipment and devices, medical supplies, and transportation;
-coordinating assessments for clients requiring financially subsidized services under the Homemakers and Nurses Services program when required;
-organizing coordinated, integrated care within a multi-disciplinary team approach; communicating with multi-disciplinary service providers, consumers and support networks; acting as their resource person in facilitating the implementation of Service Plans;
-reassessing, regularly, care needs and availability of informal resources; determining ongoing effectiveness of Service Plans and implement changes in a timely manner to maximize available resources; obtaining reports from service providers and determining continued eligibility for services; monitoring the appropriateness of the levels, frequency, types, and quality of services; planning discharge in coordination with consumers, caregivers, and related service providers; -assessing needs of persons with difficulty coping in the community who are at high risk of institutional placement and assisting consumers and families to make necessary arrangements for assisted living, respite, and/or placement of names on waiting lists for facility care;
-coordinating assessments for placement in LTC facilities in consultation with the CCAC and coordinating placements in collaboration with consumers, support net workers, related service providers, and Placement Coordination Services;
-establishing and maintaining linkages with related service providers to plan culturally appropriate palliative care services for terminally ill Aboriginal people and their caregivers, in collaboration with the multi-disciplinary team;
-coordinating, monitoring and evaluating services brokered on a Purchase of Service basis, and reporting identified issues for resolution to the Home and Community Care Service Manager;
-providing support to Home Health and Community Support Services staff to promote the mission and philosophy of the Agency and optimal quality of care provision within a supportive environment of continuous quality improvement;
-assisting with development of appropriate policies, procedures and protocols within relevant legislative parameters to administer the delivery of Care Management and professional and support services within a multi-disciplinary approach.
-Coordinating and participating in client foot care clinics. Advanced foot care training is required.
 A Registered Nurse (RN) diploma is required. A four year BScN degree is preferred. Three (3) years direct experience in the delivery and/or coordination of home-care services; demonstrated sound clinical knowledge and experience in home-care case management and/or community based home-care service delivery. Candidates without the specific education qualifications and where the position does not require certified qualification to practice, but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications will also be considered.
 Must be willing and able to work flexible hours and provide on-call services as required; must be certified in CPR and Standard First Aid; must provide evidence of registration with the appropriate regulatory bodies (College of Nurses and Registered Nurses Association of Ontario); he/she must be able to travel regularly, have a valid Ontario Drivers License and have access to a personal vehicle and $1,000,000 liability; a satisfactory criminal records/vulnerable sector check is required upon hiring.
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How To Apply:
  Please apply online

Employer Contact Information

Contact Name:
 Natalie Palmer
Position Title:
 HR Officer
Company Name:
 Dilico Anishinabek Family Care
Postal Code:
Web Address:

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