What people admire about me/best case manager quality: My 20 years of experience in the ID/DD field holding various positions allows me to bring different perspectives to the table as well as extensive knowledge about waiver services and community resources. I communicate well and people have told me I make them feel comfortable because I listen and have such a positive attitude. I am always determined to do the right thing, not just the easy thing.
How to best connect with me: I am available via email, phone, or text and don’t have a preferred method of communication.
What is important to me: Professionally, the most important thing to me is to be available for the individuals and families I serve while still doing what is required to serve them well. I am determined to answer questions or find answers when I don’t know the answers immediately. It is important to me that I get to know the individuals I serve and build a relationship with them and their families. Personally, my husband and our cat are most important to me. I love spending time with them and spoiling my cat, Stargazer. I love to read and watch movies as well as going out to eat and visiting with friends and family.
Angie will be serving Vanderburgh, Posey, Gibson, and Warrick counties.