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Month: March 2018

Consumer Directed Attendant Support Services (Part 3)

Part 3 of 3 in a mini-series about

Consumer or Self Directed Care in Colorado’s Supported Living Services Waiver.

It is meant to give you enough information to decide if you want to explore it further.


SUBMITTED BY THE ARC OF ADAMS COUNTY, FEBRUARY 8, 2018

Read Part 2 here – How does CDASS work, and who will help me?

Read Part 1 here – Introduction


PLEASE REMEMBER: CONSUMER DIRECT COLORADO AND HEALTH CARE POLICY AND FINANCE ARE OFFERING INFORMATIONAL FORUMS IN THE NEXT COUPLE WEEKS.

CDASS lets you decide who you want to support you and you hire them. You become the employer and you do not have an agency for the services (personal care, homemaker, enhanced homemaker & health maintenance) available using CDASS.


If you want to use the CDASS service delivery option, you have to use it for all the CDASS services that are in your plan.  For example, if you only have personal care and homemaker services you can use the CDASS option for those.  You cannot use CDASS for one of these services and get another from an agency.  All of your  SLS services that are not available through the CDASS option will continue to come through an agency.


To get started you will need to:

Meet with Your Case Manager or Resource Coordinator

Continue reading “Consumer Directed Attendant Support Services (Part 3)”


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