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Case Management

Children’s School Services Case Management Program Philosophy:

Good health is essential to the academic success and lifelong achievement of students. The program utilizes a holistic approach that incorporates the physical, psychological, socio-cultural, and spiritual needs of students as they develop within the family and the community.


What is case management?

A collaborative process that assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors and evaluates the options and services required to meet an individual’s health needs. Its purpose is to improve access the care, coordinate care, and promote quality cost-effective outcomes.


What is the role of the case manager?

Assessment of student / family healthcare and human services needs:

  • Coordination of care and services
  • Identification of available resources linking clients to care
  • Implementation of services providing follow-up care

Case Manager Contact Information:

Alicia Littlejohn, RN, BSN
Case Manager II
202-471-4827
alittlej@childrensnational.org
Wards: 1, 3, 4, 6

Barbara Freeman, RN, MPA/HSA
Case Manager II
202-471-4836
bfreeman@childrensnational.org
Wards: 2, 5, 7

Mary Allen-Rochester, RN, MA, CHPC.ED
Case Manager II
202-471-4812
mrochest@childrensnational.org
Wards: 8, PCS

 


 
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