Care Coordination Training Guide


~~“We’re glad you’ve chosen to study Senior and Disabilities Service Care Coordination. This guide is designed to provide you with basic information and procedures. It is not intended to solely qualify you as a Care Coordinator. The qualifications needed to become a Care Coordinator are set forth in the guide. Even with the basic qualifications, for a new Care Coordinator, best practice is to spend a lot of time with a mentor. You may consider contacting a local Care Coordinator to see about mentorship possibilities. You may also choose to join your local Care Coordination Network association.”

State Policies & Initiatives: 
Training/Capacity Building
  • Other
  • Home and Community Based Services (HCBS)
  • Department of Health and Human Services – Senior and Disability Services
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