The CAP/C Program provides services for medically fragile children under 21 who are at risk of institutional care. By providing in home nursing care, case management, and other supports, CAP/C can help these children stay at home with their families.
Support services include:
- Case management
- Skilled nursing
- Respite care
- Therapy services
- In-home aide services
- Durable medical equipment
- Medical supplies
- Disposable incontinent products for children age 3 and older
- Home mobility aides (wheelchair, ramps, doorway widening, safety rails, non skid surfaces, hand held showers and grab bars)
- Pediatric nurse aide care
- Home modifications
- Vehicle modifications
CAP/C parent handbook will answer your questions about the CAP/C program and provide you with information and resources to help you become an informed and active participant in your child’s care.
Children must be under the age of 21 years. Clients must also qualify for CAP/C Medicaid at Department of Social Services.
Cost and Payment Information
There can be a cost to clients for services provided.
Potential clients may contact the CAP/C Supervisor at 704-336-4673 to discuss referrals.