615 N. Main
Wichita, KS 67203
Information for Individuals without Medicaid and/or Case
Please be advised that the SCDDO will not have case managers or a specific
individual assigned to your case. SCDDO staff will be available to you on an
information and referral basis only. The following are a few ways in which the
SCDDO can assist you:
If you would like to receive case management services you may approach
participating agencies to enter into a private payment arrangement for these
services. For a fee, the following agencies offer case management services to
individuals without Medicaid:
Cerebral Palsy Research Foundation of Kansas, Inc.
5111 E. 21st St. N., Wichita, KS, 67208-1606
Phone: 316-688-1888 Fax: 316-688-5687
1006 E. Waterman, Wichita, KS, 67211-1525
Phone: 316-383-8700 Fax: 316-383-8715
1440 E. English, Wichita, KS, 67211
Phone: 316-263-4141 Fax: 316-263-4141
For more information please request “Options Counseling” at 316-660-7630.
Targeted case management (TCM) services
assist the person and their support network to identify,
select, obtain, coordinate, and use both paid services, and
natural supports to achieve their preferred lifestyle. The
case manager serves as an advocate and the coordinator of
services that are needed.
10 questions to ask providers when searching for case
How much experience do your case
How long have they worked for your
What is your turnover rate for case
How many individuals are on each
I am interested in a case manager who:
Am I able to meet with potential case
How often do your case managers have
contact with their families?
How much will we be charged for case
management? (Only applies to people without Medicaid.)
How much involvement in the community
do your case managers have with clients?
Does your agency have an after hours
emergency number to call in case of a crisis at home or
If you have questions or
concerns regarding your case manager, please contact their
supervisor at the agency they work for. If that doesn’t
resolve your concern or problem, please contact the SCDDO
Quality Assurance department at (316) 660-7644.
The TCM supervisor can
also assist you with finding a different case manager at
their agency if needed.
If at any time you choose
to change case management agencies, please contact the SCDDO
Service Access & Outreach department at (316) 660-7630. They
will share the options that are available and send you the
SCDDO will impartially inform individuals of the types and availability
of community services to meet their needs. To request Options Counseling call
By law, CDDOs are required to establish dispute resolution
policies. The Sedgwick County Developmental Disability
Organization has the following policies in place:
BASIS stands for Basic Assessment and Services Information
System, and it was developed by the Kansas Department of Social and
Rehabilitation Services (SRS) to collect information about the individual
applying for the HCBS/MRDD Medicaid waiver. This assessment
consists of information about the individual’s demographics, daily living skills
and/or medical conditions, challenging behaviors, and the types of services the
person is receiving or is interested in receiving. This
assessment is updated annually to capture any changes that may have occurred.
Annual Functional Assessment
Apply for Emergency Funding
Persons who are in crisis or imminent risk of crisis and
whose needs can only be met through services available through the HCBS-MR/DD
waiver may apply for funding. A committee meets weekly to
List Exception Request
of Sedgwick County is to provide quality public services to our
community so everyone can pursue freedom and prosperity in a safe,
secure, and healthy environment.
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