CAP/C Waiver Services


The CAP/C program is authorized by a Division of Medical Assistance (DMA) Home and Community-Based Services Waiver (HCBS) granted by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) under Section 1915(c) of the Social Security Act. HCBS waivers are approved by CMS for a specified time period and can be renewed, amended, or terminated by CMS. The HCBS waiver establishes the requirements for program administration and funding.






CAP/C Waiver Services


CAP/C waiver services are specified below.


a. Case Management


b. CAP/C Nursing services


c. CAP/C Pediatric Nurse Aide services


d. CAP/C Personal Care services


e. Respite care (institutional, in-home nursing, and in-home nurse aide)


f. Waiver supplies


g. Home modifications


h. Motor vehicle modifications


i. Community transition funding


j. Palliative care


k. Caregiver Training and Education




Neither Walkers Home Care nor Walkers CAP/C Case managers have the authority to authorize care. The Division of Medical Assistance is the authorizing agent. Walkers CAP/C Case Managers will complete an assessment and send the assessment to Division of Medical Assistance for approval.


Division of Medical Assistance will notify both, the guardian and the CAP/C Case manager of their decision.