The Clinical Assessment Team Program Coordinator requires advanced knowledge and understanding of the services and benefits available for Veterans and caregivers from both federal, state, and private sector resources. As an advanced practice licensed clinical social worker, the Clinical Assessment Team Program Coordinator will work with multiple VA healthcare services and with community agencies, leaders and organizations with no access to direct clinical supervision. The Clinical Assessment Team Program Coordinator is assigned to the Caregiver Support Program. This position is primarily responsible for coordinating programming and services to assess a Veteran's functional needs, including the need for personal care services, using standardized assessments which will assist the VISN Centralized Eligibility and Appeal Teams (CEAT) in determining eligibility. The Clinical Assessment Team assesses Veteran's needs for personal care services, particularly Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), supervision, protection or instruction, and, working closely with other Caregiver Support Program staff, completes Veteran functional assessments and re-assessments. The incumbent will assist other program staff in providing clinical services, completing notes, and gathering/monitoring data related to the day-to-day functioning and evaluation of the program. The Clinical Assessment Team Program Coordinator will oversee and conduct initial home assessments as part of the application or reassessment process for the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers. The purpose of these home visits is to assess for functional and mobility needs and safety as well as to assess need for personal care services using standardized assessments which will assist the VISN Centralized Eligibility and Appeal Teams (CEAT) in determining eligibility. The incumbent coordinates and assists in the day-to-day operations of the Caregiver Support Program specific to the area of assignment and ensures compliance and collaboration with local facility and the VA Central Office Caregiver Support Program initiatives. The incumbent utilizes and maintains a data monitoring system to measure the efficacy of the program and assists in collecting and analyzing local data for reports for: local management, VISN Caregiver Support Program Leads, Centralized Eligibility and Appeal Teams, the National Caregiver Support Program, Care Management and Social Work and Office of Patient Care Services. Evaluates program progress and outcomes and utilizes data to continuously modify and improve the program, processes, and use of a standardized assessment instrument. Advises and collaborates with interdisciplinary teams throughout the medical center on caregiver issues. Creates educational tools, develops programs and implements training focused on specific caregiver needs/issues. Provides education and in-service training to VAMC employees, Veterans, families and caregivers. Provides ongoing consultation and support to colleagues regarding caregiver support. Develops and facilitates caregiver support groups (face-to-face or virtual) and educational programs. Distributes educational materials provided by VA, local, state and national caregiver organizations. Work Schedule: Monday-Friday, 07:30 AM - 04:00 PM & 08:00 AM - 04:30 PM Duty Location(s): Multiple/ Negotiable Financial Disclosure Report: Not required Telework: Eligible
Providing Health Care for Veterans: The Veterans Health Administration is America’s largest integrated health care system, providing care at 1,255 health care facilities, including 170 medical centers and 1,074 outpatient sites of care of varying complexity (VHA outpatient clinics), serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.
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