Case Management / Support Coordination
The Loudoun County Case Management / Support Coordination program coordinates the delivery of services for persons with intellectual disabilities. This includes a comprehensive assessment of individual needs in the areas of housing, vocational training / employment, physical health, income / finance, psychological / psychiatric treatment, and others. This assessment includes the compilation of developmental, educational, vocational, social, and psychological evaluations as well as information from the person's family and other service providers.
Once the individual has been assigned a Case Manager / Support Coordinator, a service plan is prepared which includes the strategies most appropriate for meeting the needs of the person. The Case Manager / Support Coordinator then assists the individual and family by linking or connecting them with the identified, available service provider(s) or resources.
Once the plan has been implemented, the Case Manager / Support Coordinator monitors the plan on a regular basis to assure that the services address individual health and safety needs are effective and that the individual is satisfied with the providers and the services available.
In order to be eligible for services, the applicant must meet all of the following criteria:
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- Be a resident of Loudoun County.
- Have documentation of a diagnosis of mental retardation / intellectual disability with onset prior to the age of 18. This criteria is met by the following:
- If the applicant is between birth and six years of age, a developmental evaluation with a diagnosis of developmental delay or mental retardation / intellectual disability; or
- If the applicant is six years of age or older, a psychological evaluation completed prior to the age of 18 providing a diagnosis of mental retardation / intellectual disability with a full scale IQ of about 70 or below.
- Have significant deficits in at least two areas of adaptive living skills (i.e. communication, self care, home living, social / interpersonal skills, use of community resources, self direction, functional academic skills, work, leisure, health, and safety).
To ask a question or request more information, please contact:
Department of Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Developmental Services
906 Trailview Blvd, S.E., Suite A
Leesburg, Virginia 20175
Ph: 703-777-0377 (V/TTY)