Service Coordination: Access and links to helpful services and supports
Finding the right services and funding sources for a family member with developmental disabilities can be a confusing and time-consuming task. Service Coordinators are available to assist with the initial establishment of services and provide ongoing support as individual needs change over time.
What is Service Coordination?
Medicaid Service Coordinators (MSCs) work with family members and community-based resources to help link needs with services.
Service Coordination is provided to individuals with developmental disabilities (intellectual disabilities, autism, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, neurological impairments, traumatic brain injury) over the age of 3 whose daily living activities are hindered by their disabilities.
The Medicaid Service Coordinators (MSCs) at Baker Victory Services are energetic, caring and professional individuals who can help you access supports in areas such as:
- health services
- educational and vocational services
- living arrangements
- social and recreational needs
- financial services (Medicaid, SSI, and foodstamps)
- family supports and others
What does it Cost?
There is no fee for Service Coordination.
How Do I Enroll?
Call the MSC Supervisor at (716) 828-9492.
To start receiving services you will need to submit professionally completed physical, psychological and social assessments. A Medicaid Service Coordinator can assist you with getting necessary documentation.