Case Management

The ultimate aim of case management in the ICAN context, is for young people to be engaged through an individualised service which supports them  to actively and purposely address the social and emotional issues that act as barriers to them engaging in a meaningful learning or earning pathway. An overview of case management outcomes are described below and in chart form.

Case management for living

A young person is supported through the ICAN case management framework for ‘living' when a case manager:

Case management for learning

ICAN recognises that engagement and attainment in learning are a key outcome sought for FLO students. A young person is supported through the ICAN case management framework for ‘learning' when a case manager assists a young person to:

Case management for transitions

A young person is supported through the ICAN case management framework for ‘transitions' when case management has a focus on: