Frequently Asked Questions About Community Case Management

Q: Who would benefit from this service?

A: Adults 18 years and older who have developmental disabilities.

Q: How do you know if you qualify for the service?

A: You must be found eligible by the Office of Aging and Disability Services (OADS) – but just give us a call and we will help determine if you are eligible and guide you through the steps.

Q: What do these services cost?

A: Community Case Management services are reimbursed by MaineCare.

Q: What can a Community Case Manager do for me?

A: A community case manager will meet with you and your family to identify areas of needs and/or desires and develop an individualized plan to address those needs and desires that will link you to the community resources and programs, of your choice, that you feel will improve your quality of your life. We will also help you complete any necessary applications or referrals for these resources.

Q: What happens after the initial assessment?

A: Your Community Case Manager will continue to monitor the services provided to you to insure the service is a quality service and matches your

Q: Why should I choose Spectrum Generations for Community Case Management?

A: Our trained staff will provide a top notch quality service with excellent customer service to you. Our service will make a difference in your life