Lean More About Our Support Coordination Services
We at Prism know that selecting a Support Coordination Agency is an important decision that comes with many questions. Below is a list of frequently asked questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our Support Coordinator's case loads vary according to their client's needs. Our Support Coordinators will always have comfortable caseloads that reflect their skill level. Each Support Coordinator is monitored to ensure clients are adequately served.
We at Prism believe in lasting relationships. It is our goal to assign a Support Coordinator on a consistent basis. We are proud when our Support Coordinators develop lasting relationships with the individuals and families they serve.
We at Prism understand that quality relationships matter. We are proud to have a diverse group of Support Coordinators on staff. Clients have the opportunity to try then choose from our many Support Coordinators available.
Prism Support Services has been serving the community for almost 20 years. We were traditionally a Health Care Service Firm supporting seniors, then migrated to Support Coordination. Our services are Statewide and our Support Coordinators live and work in the communities they serve.
Our agency is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are supported by an answering service that routes calls directly to our Support Coordinators. If your Support Coordinator is unavailable, a supervisor will respond.
Our Bachelors Degree level Support Coordinators share a wealth of experiences with those with special needs. We combine these shared experiences internally to enhance services for everyone. Many of our Support Coordinators have prior experiences working in group homes, habilitation, and community-based services. Some as school Transition Coordinators and some have experiences working in the State system for Developmental Disabilities. It is with these varied experiences that we know we can help, as you navigate the services of Support Coordination.
Our Support Coordinators undergo an extensive training program offered by the New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities. Some of the areas of study include individual rights, incident reporting, identifying abuse, neglect, and exploitation, understanding the Medicaid system, employment for individuals with special needs, etc. All our Support Coordinators maintain college degrees and are required to complete at a minimum of 6 to 12 hours of in-services annually. We offer our staff ongoing training in many areas of Support Coordination, to ensure all are equipped and effective in identifying and coordinating services in the community.