CLASS believes everyone deserves the opportunity to live a rewarding, fulfilling, and meaningful life, and that having a developmental disability does not diminish the desire or right to pursue this dream, it simply makes the journey more challenging.
How do I know if Financial Management Services are right for me?
Financial Management Services may be right for you if you want to plan your daily schedule and decide whom you hire to provide your care.
Can I receive Targeted Case Management services if I am on the waiting list?
Yes, you can receive Targeted Case Management services while you are on the waiting list. TCM services can be provided to an individual through his or her KanCare medical card, or by paying for the service privately. Case managers can assess the individual’s needs and complete referrals to generate other community services (i.e. assistive technology, vocational rehabilitation services, etc.).
What kind of training, certification, or licensure is required for CLASS case managers?
All case managers are required to complete an online assessment sponsored by the State of Kansas. CLASS also requires 45 hours of training for case managers during the first year of employment, and 40 hours of training per year thereafter.
Can I live in my own home or apartment and still receive Community Living Services?
Yes, Community Living Services may be provided in an individual’s own home or apartment, or in a CLASS residential facility.
If I receive Financial Management Services, do I have to do payroll for my staff?
No, all payroll services for your staff are completed by CLASS on your behalf.