Service Coordination – St. Clair County Illinois
Service Coordination provides an ongoing goal-oriented process for securing a range of services needed by individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Services are designed to assure accessibility, availability, continuity of care, accountability, and comprehensiveness to maximize the individual’s potential for independence, productivity and community integration.
Service Coordination Includes:
- Identification & Outreach
- Assessment of individual needs
- Planning & developing an individual service plan
- Monitoring & Follow-up of services offered
- Advocacy on behalf of consumers & family
- Intensive Case Coordination supported by the St. Clair County 708 Mental Health Board on a case-by-case basis.
Individual Service & Support Advocacy (ISSA) – Madison & St. Clair Counties
DDSME staff provides Individual Service and Support Advocacy to individuals participating in the Illinois Home and Community-Based Waiver program. ISSA staff visit individuals in the waiver program quarterly. We participate in and review their service plans to ensure the needs, general well-being, and overall satisfaction of each person is being addressed.
Prioritization of Urgency of Need for Services (PUNS)
DDSME will assist you with enrollment in PUNS. PUNS is a statewide electronic database and waiting list that identifies the current and future needs of persons with developmental disabilities. Enrollment in the PUNS database is required for anyone wishing to enroll in waiver funded services in Illinois, but unfortunately does not guarantee eligibility or timely access.
Preadmission Screening (PAS) – Madison & St. Clair Counties of Illinois
PAS determines the eligibility of individuals who are seeking admission to Medicaid funded services or nursing facility services.
- CILA – Community Integrated Living Arrangement
- ICF* – Intermediate Care Facility
- ICF/DD – Intermediate Care Facility for the Developmentally Disabled
- Children’s Residential – SNF/PED/CCI/CGH
- HBS – Home and Community Based Support Services for Adults and Children
- SNF* – Skilled Nursing Facility
- SOF- DHS State Operated Facility
* if medical condition warrants
Bogard Service Coordination – Madison & St. Clair Counties
Specialized, long term service coordination is provided to Bogard class members residing in Madison and St. Clair Counties of Illinois. Services are provided regardless of the living arrangement or need for Specialized Services.
Bogard class members are all persons 18 years of age or older with a developmental disability, who, on or after March 23, 1986, resided in an Intermediate Care Facility (ICF) or Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) in Illinois as a Medicaid recipient for a period of more than 120 days. No person first admitted to an ICF or SNF on or after April 1, 1994, will be a member of that class.