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Life skills training provides training to develop strategies and skills to compensate for cognitive deficits post injury. Strategies are developed, rehearsed, and implemented into a person's life to live a meaningful and productive quality of life. Life skills areas may include organization, time and money management, meal planning and preparation, daily routine development, social skills, and pre-vocational skills.
Case management is a dynamic collaborative process that uses the strengths and resources of the consumer, family system, and community agencies to access and coordinate services, and achieve short and long-term goals. The case management process involves accessing, planning, coordinating, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating high quality and cost effective services to help individuals maximize their independence and live a productive life.