Every CDPAP consumer is different. The amount of home care they get varies. The amount of hours you will receive is determined by your Medicaid Managed Care plan.
CDPAP Salary and Pay Rate
CDPAP workers are compensated. How you will be compensated depends on many different factors. If you want to have more information, call 646-747-0181.
Consumers of CDPAP can hire nearly anyone that is allowed to assist them as their caregiver. This includes majority of their family members and friends. There are certain exceptions, however, such as spouses being unable to provide care for each other and parents being ineligible to provide care for their children under 21 years of age.
Certification and Training
CDPAP caregivers do not need to be certified or have licenses. They are trained by the consumers themselves or the consumers’ representatives.
Home Care Services Provided
Compared to Home Health Aides and Personal Care Aides who are only allowed to provide personal care services such as bathing, assistance with dressing, personal hygiene, shopping, paying bills. The CDPAP Personal Assistants can provide assistance with skilled care such as wound care, trach care, and giving insulin shots.
Applying for Medicaid
You may be asking the question, “What happens if I don’t have Medicaid?” Well, since CDPAP is a Medicaid-based program, you can only enroll if you have Medicaid. There is no need to worry if you do not have it because we can be there to help you with the process of applying for Medicaid.
Our payment Options include most insurance plans, including Medicaid, for the benefit of our patients and their loved ones.
To find out which particular forms of insurance we accept, contact 646-747-0181 today.
Benefits of CDPAP Home Care
- Your loved ones will get paid to take care of you.
- Your personal assistants do not need to have a license or be certified.
- Your personal assistants do not just help with personal care assistance, as they can also provide skilled care such as wound care and giving insulin shots.