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Casey Ball Supports Coordination, LLC (CBSC)


Casey Ball Supports Coordination, LLC (CBSC) was started in April 2013. The owner and CEO, Casey Ball, was a service coordinator for another agency prior to starting CBSC. However, she knew that it could be done better! Casey had a vision of a service model that would benefit the clients and ultimately give them a better quality of life. Many other agencies over burden their service coordinators with a high caseload which does not allow for the individual, quality service that the clients need and deserve. At CBSC our service coordinators have a maximum caseload of 40 clients.

Another thing that sets us apart from other agencies is that we are able to service clients in all of Pennsylvania's 67 counties. Being a locally owned and operated company, it is important to us that we are able to serve our fellow Pennsylvanians. At CBSC we support our clients to exercise self- determination and to be independent, productive, and integrated in all facets of community life.  Our clients live, learn, work, and enjoy life in the community by having access to supports, resources, and services.

We provide service coordination for clients under the Medicaid waiver programs. We are currently accepting clients under the Aging, Act 150/ Attendant Care, COMMCARE, OBRA, Independence and HIV/AIDS waivers. These programs are designed to help people with disabilities and senior citizens live independently in their homes, rather than in a nursing facility. We are now also able to provide service coordination for families of all income levels through our affordable private pay options. It is our hope to be able to enhance the quality of life of not only our clients, but their families and loved ones. We coordinate such things as (PAS) personal assistance services, home delivered meals, (PERS) personal emergency response systems, (DME) durable medical equipment, medical supplies, assistive technology, home modifications, as well as other services and resources. For the Medicaid waiver programs, there is an enrollment process. Financial and medical qualifications must be met.

The first step in this process is to call Pennsylvania's independent enrollment broker Maximus at 1-877-550-4227. Casey Ball Supports Coordination, LLC supports the Independent living movement and is able to provide assistance with Maximus and the application process.

Please call us at 1-877-CallCasey or 412-793-0200. You can also visit our website at www.callcasey.org and please remember to like us on Facebook!

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