Consultant Name: Jaimie Kluge
Company Name: Progressive Community Services, Inc.
Phone Number: 608-235-6229
Job Title: Support Broker
Care Responsibilities: I began as a support broker at the end of 2010 and have worked with 26 individuals with developmental disabilities helping them manage and coordinate their community services in Dane County. I provide advocacy, problem-solving, and overall case management on behalf of the individuals and their teams. I keep individuals certified on a Medicaid Waiver, which included being a certified long-term care screener. I work on capacity building projects to creatively think of ways to improve the lives of others with minimal funding.
Name of Institution: UW Madison
Major/Degree: Masters in Social Work
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I have worked with adults with developmental disabilities for 7 years and prior to that I worked with children with disabilities for 3 years. I also have previous experience working with both children and adults with mental health diagnoses. I currently work with individuals who have both physical and developmental disabilities as well as people who are in the senior population.
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More about me
I feel I was a born Social Worker; I feel fulfilled being able to help other’s achieve their goals. I love creatively problem-solving and working collaboratively on teams to work towards a common goal of helping others. It truly has been my honor to be involved, and at times a catalyst, for the improvement in the lives of the people I support.
In my spare time, I enjoy biking, swimming, and camping with my husband and energetic 2.5-year-old son. It brings me great joy to give my son a full range of different experiences in a variety of environments and around different people. My husband and I also enjoy being involved in our church by serving in the toddler classroom. I do my best to live a life full of serving others and ensuring that people are living as full lives as possible, we weren’t meant to do it alone!