Western Australia Case Manager Jobs
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- Excellent $$$ - Close to public transport - Immediate Starts Available One of Australia's largest insurers, with a national office network and strong market presence in Perth is seeking an experienced case managers to join their growing team. Loca......
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Accomplishes clients' care by assessing treatment needs; developing, monitoring, and evaluating treatment plans and progress; facilitating interdisciplinary approaches; monitoring staff performance.
Connecting with Children
Communicates clients' progress by conducting weekly interdisciplinary meetings and evaluations; disseminating results and obstacles to therapeutic team and family; identifying treatment influences.
Prepares clients' discharge by reviewing and amplifying discharge plans; coordinating discharge and post-discharge requirements; orienting and training family members; providing resources.
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