Critique the assessment, care plan, Service arrangement process, Monitoring, and reassessment provided to a specific consumer.
What have I learned
This paper will critique the assessment, care plan, Service arrangement process, Monitoring, and reassessment provided to a specific consumer.
It will accomplish this:
by identifying and describing each specific component of care management
the skills used in that component to facilitate services for the identified consumer
describe the resources available in the target area of the consumer.
Describe and discuss each of the 7 components of the Care Management Process separately: Intake, Assessment, Care planning, Arranging for services, monitoring, Reassessment and recording. Be specific !
How was consumer processed and assigned to the individual care manager
What was the specific care plan developed
Critique of specific care plan developed
Arranging for services
How does agency arrange for services
Critique the arranging for services process
How d0es your agency monitor the process – describe the process
Critique of your monitoring process
Identify the reassessment process utilized by your agency
Critique the reassessment process utilized by your agency
Describe the recording process used by your agency
Critique the recording process used by your agency
Resources identified for your client from the target resources available
Critique the availability of resources in your area by type and amount
· Family available-Yes
· Family involvement-Yes
· Social network-Yes
Presenting Problem – What brought person to agency?
Medical Status – Summary of what is known from assessment
· The physical disability or illness the client reports
low self-esteem issues
· Medical issues identified whether treated or not treated
· What specific ways it effects the client’s social and occupational functioning and activities of daily living.
· Perceived overall health status:
Intellectual & Mental Health Status – Summary of what is known from assessment
· Mental functioning:
· Describe the client’s mental functioning.
The client’s functioning habits are up and down. Our goal is to have the client in a safe environment, we want to client to feel comfortable at all times.
· Has Mental health diagnosis been completed – results
· Cognitive functioning:
· Ability to think and reason?
· Able to participate and make decisions?
Yes the client is able to participate in the program with no issues and also at their work place. The decision making has gotten a lot better from where we started.
Social & Environmental Factors – Summary of what is known from assessment
· Open to outside help?
The client has been very open to outside help. The client’s close cousin has been willing to help more and more and they also have seen a big improvement in the past few weeks. I can see where the client loves to see when people of the family cares, it help them relax and get through the week.
· Impairment prohibits functioning?
· Supportive work environment?
· Social support:
· Neighbors? Friends? Community?
· Family support:
· What support, or help can be expected?
· Ethnic/religious affiliation:
· Membership? Help or hindrance?
Functional Status – Summary of what is known from assessment.
Specific Needs to be addressed in the care or treatment plan