Case Management and Community Partnership in Rehabilitation
- Acceptance to UND Grad School as a degree or non-degree seeking student
- Online - Self-Paced Enroll Anytime
- EST. time to complete:
- 3 to 9 months
- $498.45 per credit
Why Take the Case Management and Community Partnership in Rehabilitation?
This course focuses on examining procedures and techniques related to individualized case management and caseload management. This course explores case management with various disabilities group in both an educational and vocational community resource setting. This course also provides an understanding of delivery systems that encompass public, private for-profit, and private not-for-profit settings. All of these skills are aimed at assisting the rehabilitation practitioner to develop and implement rehabilitation and return-to-work plans with their clients.
Students have 3 to 9 months to complete 28 lessons. Students may complete up to 2 lessons per week. The lesson topics are:
- Rehabilitation Caseload Management: Definition, Rationale, and Benefits
- Mission, Role, and Competencies of the Rehabilitation Counselors
- Vocational Counseling Skills for the Rehabilitation Counselor
- A Management Model for Rehabilitation Counselors
- Establishing Effective Control in the Caseload Management Process
- The Intake Interview
- Elements of Effective Decision Making
- The Understanding and Management of Time
- Medical Evaluation
- Psychological Evaluation
- Vocational Evaluation
- Vocational Alternatives for Clients Not Referred for Vocational Evaluation
- Preparing and Planning for the Rehabilitation Program
- Job Placement
- Overcoming Environmental Barriers to Employment Through Reasonable Accommodations in the Workplace
- Systematic Caseload Management
- Ethical Considerations in Rehabilitation Case Management Practice
- Multiculturalism in Case Management
- Case Classification in the Vocational Rehabilitation Process
- Case Recording and Documentation in Rehabilitation
- Developing a Service Plan as the Case Management Unit
- Correlative Dimensions in Caseload Management
- Rehabilitation Caseload Management in the Private Sector
- Using Technology in Case Management
- Terminating the Case
- Family-Centered Rehabilitation Case Management
The course has one exam. For the final exam, you will complete a practice exam that is similar in content to the National Counselor Exam (NCE) and the Certified Rehabilitation Counselor exam (CRC). You do not need a proctor.
What are the required textbooks?
This course has two textbooks:
- Grubbs, L. A. R., Cassell, J. L., & Mulkey, S. W. (2005). Rehabilitation caseload management: Concepts and practice. Springer Publishing Company. ISBN-13: 978-0826151650
This is a free e-book provided in Blackboard in the Syllabus and Textbook area.
- Roessler, R.T., Rubin, S.E., and Rumrill, P.D. (2017). Case management and rehabilitation counseling: procedures and techniques. Austin, TX: PRO-ED. ISBN: 978-1-416-41088-1
Additional readings are posted within each lesson in Blackboard.
How will the course appear on my transcript?
You may enroll at any time and have 3-9 months to complete this online course. The college credits you earn will be recorded on your transcript in the semester you register.
Why Take Online Classes at UND?
Here are a few reasons why you should take an online enroll anytime course at UND:
- Great customer service – Our registration team is ready to answer questions quickly so you can focus on your coursework.
- Affordable – UND's enroll anytime courses are priced at North Dakota's affordable, in-state tuition rate.
- Accredited – UND is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
- Easily transfer credits – Transferring credits is always at the discretion of the institution to which the credits are being transferred. In general, credits from schools/universities that are regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission transfer to other regionally accredited institutions. UND's online courses appear on your UND transcript in the same way as other courses.
Flexible 100% Online Course
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Course information including tuition, technology requirements, textbooks, lessons and exams is subject to change without notice.