BINA’s case manager works collaboratively at every stage to assess, plan, coordinate and monitor services for both the brain injury survivor and family, including:
Coordinating access to home and community based services such as aides, nurses, therapists, equipment and any other necessary arrangements.
Resolving Medicaid or Medicare issues and identifying other government entitlements such as the TBI Waiver program.
Finding an appropriate school program to accommodate pediatric clients in both special education and/or mainstream settings. Assistance is also provided to the family to allow them to procure all available services from the Department of Education.
Connecting with brain injury litigation, personal injury, elder care and education attorneys to assist with a variety of legal issues.
Researching a variety of day programs, residences, pediatric long-term facilities and driving programs as well as recreation, transportation, and many other areas, and helping families access these beneficial programs.