- Be A Support Coordinator
Support Coordination is the service of advocating, identifying, developing, coordinating and accessing supports and services on behalf of individuals or assisting individuals and their families to access supports and services on their own.
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Question: What Are The Qualifications To Become A Support Coordinator?
- Must be certified and enrolled as a Medicaid Waiver provider of Support Coordinator.
- May be either single (solo) providers or agency providers.
- If employed by an agency, must have a bachelor's degree and two years professional experience in developmental disabilities, special education, mental health, counseling, guidance, social work or health and rehabilitative services.
- If a solo provider, must have a bachelor's degree and three years experience in developmental disabilities, special education, mental health, counseling, guidance, social work or health and rehabilitative services.
- A minimum of 60 hours of pre-service training is required consisting of 34 hours of statewide pre-service training and 26 hours of district specific training which includes orientation to the district, local resources and local operational procedures.
How Do I Become A Support Coordinator
Answer: When you are ready to become a Support Coordinator, Call WaiverProvider.com at 727-841-8943. We can provide you with ALL of the information and documents you need to make this happen. We can provide you with the tools to start your own company or work for an agency.
Waiver Support Coordinator Reimbursement
Monthly reimbursement rate, per client.
- $125.71 per month for "Full" Support Coordination, per client
- $62.86 per month for "Limited" Support Coordination, per client