From the North Carolina Division of Medical Assistance, this guide provides information related to eligibility, services, and screening for the consumer-directed care program in North Carolina called the Community Alternatives Program (CAP). Included is a history of the CAP program […]
Currently, recipients of the New Opportunities Waiver (NOW), Children’s Choice Waiver and Residential Options Waiver have the option of receiving services through a provider agency or through Self-Direction. The Self-Directed option gives you the most control over your supports, but […]
This handbook tells you about Consumer Direction in the CHOICES program. Guide for use with hiring and firing providers and finding a representative. It includes some tips on how to hire your own workers and direct your own care.