The Community Alternatives Program for Disabled and Elderly Adults (CAP/DA) offers an alternative for elderly and disabled individuals who are facing possible placement in a nursing home but wish to remain living in their own homes.
Available CAP services include:
- Case management
- In-home aide
- Respite care
- Telephone alert system
- Waivered supplies, like nutritional supplements by mouth
- Home mobility aids
- Adult day health
- Durable medical equipment and supplies
- Skilled nursing through qualified agency
- Therapies including occupational therapy, speech therapy, respiratory therapy, and physical therapy
To be eligible, you must:
- Be elderly or disabled and have an intermediate or skilled level of care requirement
- Be 18 years of age or older
- Be eligible for Medicaid
- Live in a private residence and be at risk for institutionalization or live in a nursing facility and wish to return to a private residence
More detailed information on CAP/DA can be found HERE.
Referrals are accepted from anyone having knowledge of the person. To make a referral CLICK HERE and fax it to 919-542-2473.
If you have questions about the program or would like to make a referral, please contact:
Shvaughn J. Ross, SW
Lead CAP Case Manager
Jana Wiley, SW
CAP Case Manager
(919) 742-5641 x 4269
The Community Alternatives Program for Children (CAP/C) is offered through Amazing Kids of NC, Inc. ( 919-435-6970), Jordan Management Group (877-768-1901), Walker’s Home Care (252-432-6308), RBS Case Management (910-206-7974), and RHA Health Services, Inc. (888-207-7828). These agencies provide long-term, home-based nursing and other medically necessary services, supplies, and equipment to children with special healthcare needs and who live at home with their family.