Program areas at CDR
Self-Directed Personal Assistance - In this program, people who require personal care assistance assume a number of the responsibilities generally handled by traditional home health agencies. The person becomes the aide's direct supervisor and handles recruitment, selection, hiring, training, scheduling, supervising and terminating the aides. CDR serves as an "employer-of-record" which is responsible for maintaining personnel and payroll records as well as billing Medicaid. The Agency also assists participants with recruitment and problem solving.
NHTD Case Management - NHTD Service Coordination is provided to individuals enrolled in the Nursing Home Transition Waiver on a monthly and as needed basis. Those enrolled in the program receive this service to secure and maintain benefits and services, to which they are entitled. To qualify for this program, individuals must have a documented disability and be a recipient of Medicaid. Service Coordination has a responsibility of overseeing waiver and community services to ensure the health and welfare, in addition to facilitating independence for the individual.
Community Habilitation - This program is a Medicaid funded service under the OPWDD Waiver. This service gives individuals the opportunity to acquire or advance their skills in the areas of self-advocacy, communication, mobility/transportation, community-based living, educational, self-care, personal resource management, and community/social participation. Residential habilitation is primarily performed in the individual's home, assisting the individual to develop skills that will enable community living in the least restrictive environment possible. This is a one-on-one service that promotes independence, inclusion, and individuality.