What is the difference between a case manager and a service/support coordinator?
I am going to be working as a case manager for people with disabilities. What is the difference between a case manager and a service/support coordinator working with people with disabilities? Thanks!
Asked By: Ann - 10/11/2007
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Please check your job description as this will clarify what your exact role is... More
Answered By: Georgie - 10/11/2007
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Not really anything. Different agencies call them different things. Case manager is an older term. Service support coordination usually helps a person remain independent in the community, while anyone can have a case manager.
Answered By: chiliswoman - 10/11/2007
help people with thing in theri live
Answered By: awommack - 10/11/2007
Sounds like in all practicality there wont be much difference in the work they will do. Check the requirements for both positions, case managers need to have at least a BS and be preferably certified, and check the salary as well.
Answered By: petra - 10/12/2007
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