The Kelberman Center can accommodate all three of the required support roles
Fiscal Intermediary – Provides assistance and oversight to the individual’s Medicaid budget Support Brokerage – Acts as a personal agent that assists with budget management and service provider identification
Medicaid Service Coordinator (MSC) – Case management that connects an individual to supports and services available in the community
With the help of an MSC and Support Broker, individuals identify key people in their lives to assist with decision-making. Planning circles can include parents, siblings, extended family, church members, coaches, teachers, and direct service professionals, among many others. The Planning Circle helps to guide the Self Direction program to ensure that needs are being met.
Supported Independent Living
Another facet of the Self Direction program through the Kelberman Center is the opportunity to participate in the Supported Independent Living program. Adults with Autism and related developmental disabilities may be able to enroll in this program, which supports adults living in a private residence.
To learn more about the Self Direction program and begin the enrollment process, contact us at the form below or contact Marcus Gillespie at (315) 797-6241, ext. 318 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.