Making a difference in the lives of children and adults with disabilities for over 50 years.

Adult Case Management

Now Serving York County and the Greater Portland Area.

Waban’s Adult Case Management Program provides support to adults with disabilities and their families. Your Case Manager is your advocate; ensuring choice, satisfaction with services, as well as monitoring your health and safety.

Services

Waban’s Adult Case Management Program has been helping individuals meet their goals through the promotion of independence, community support, and strong communication, since 2003. Our Case Management Services are personalized to meet your unique needs and strengths.

Your Case Manager is your advocate – ensuring both your choice and satisfaction with services.

Specific Services Include:

  • Working with you and your team to identify your goals and develop your plan
  • Providing you with the support needed to meet your goals
  • Referrals and Monitoring of Services; including home, community, employment supports, and transportation
  • Representative Payee Services and Financial Counseling

Eligibility

To be eligible for this service, an individual must:

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Have a diagnosis of an intellectual disability and/or autism
  • Have MaineCare coverage; and qualify by contacting the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Office of Aging and Disability Services at (207) 822-2000.

Serving

York County and the Greater Portland Area.

Referrals

If you would like to make a referral to Waban’s Adult Case Management Services or have questions, please call (207) 324-7955 or email acm@waban.org

For more information about Waban’s Adult Case Management Services please call (207) 324-7955 or click here to send us a message via our contact page.

Waban played a key role in turning my son’s life around.

“When our Jackson first started at Waban he made minimal to no eye contact, he would not respond to his name, wouldn’t dream of wearing a backpack, and was making no attempt at mimicking words. Jackson now enjoys spelling his name with blocks and playing with numbers. He will try very hard to mimic sounds and has started to make his needs known with a special communication device. To say we will miss Waban is an understatement, but the skills we are taking away from our time here will never be measured. You increased my son’s quality of life in just a few years and for a mother there is no greater gift you could give me than that.”

– Christa Stetson Silva

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