1What is CDPAP?
The Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program (CDPAP) allows Medicaid consumers who have been approved for long-term home care to direct their own care.
2Who is eligible for CDPAP?
Individuals who have Medicaid and require assistance with activities of daily living, skilled care, or have a stable medical condition are eligible.
3What if my loved one does not have Medicaid?
Let Hope Home Care assist you in applying for Medicaid. We’ll guide you through the eligibility process and make it hassle-free!
4What are the services that personal assistants can provide under CDPAP?
A personal assistant can undertake a wide array of responsibilities including personal care, companionship, and any tasks necessary to maintain the patient safely at home.
5Do you need to be licensed or certified to be a personal assistant?
You must be legally allowed to work, and no formal training is required.
6Can you serve as a personal assistant?
Most people, including adult children, can serve as personal assistants and get paid to provide care under CDPAP. Spouses cannot serve as personal assistants.
7What are the services that personal assistants can provide under CDPAP?
A personal assistant can undertake a wide array of responsibilities including personal care, companionship, and any tasks necessary to maintain the patient safely at home.