Providing Services for Spinal Cord Injury Patients.
Meet Your Dedicated Team of Expert Service Coordinators.
Spinal cord injuries are often sudden and life-changing. In addition to the inability to walk, the damage following this traumatic injury can lead to a number of health-related complications such as respiratory and bladder problems.
As a result, there are many challenges for those adjusting to life after a spinal cord injury – especially when it comes to coordinating lifelong care. While each SCI may require different needs, the goal is to provide independence and improve you and your loved one’s quality of life.
Care Lync Coordinators help Medicaid-eligible adults with spinal cord injuries (SCI) navigate the OBRA Waiver program. From assistive technology to respite services, we help waiver Participants get the care they need in order to return to a life of independence, self-worth, and dignity.
Care Lync Service Coordinators can help make life more manageable and accessible for individuals with spinal cord injuries by helping with the following:
Waiver assistance: Care Lync Coordinators help Participants develop a service plan that best suits their needs and goals.
Service guidance: Our will seamlessly coordinate and monitor the provision of service providers, ensuring the health and welfare of each patient.
Community Integration: By helping patients get access to the services provided to them under their waiver, we hope to help them adjust to a full, independent life.
Our Promise of Empowerment
Care Lync provides service coordination for adults diagnosed with Physical, Intellectual and Developmental disabilities who are enrolled in the Department of Human Services Medicaid Waiver Programs. Since each waiver has its own unique set of eligibility requirements and services, our Coordinators guide Participants to the resources and available options. Our passionate team of seasoned experts help ensure that our Participants get the care they need in order to lead a healthy and independent lifestyle in their home and community.