Program and Service Options for People with Disabilities
COVID-19 Updated 3/19 10:30 AMThe Scott County Government Center building is closed to the public at this time, until further notice. However, we remain committed to serving our citizens to every extent possible.
The Disability Case Managers will be conducting most business via phone and email. If you have questions, please reach out to your Case Manager directly via phone and email.
If you are not sure who your Case Manager is, please call 952-445-7751 for assistance.
Community Alternative Care Waiver (CAC)
The Community Alternative Care Waiver is designed to support chronically ill children and adults, who would otherwise require hospital-level of care, by providing supports and services that will help them live successfully in the community.
Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI)
The Community Access for Disability Inclusion (CADI) is a home and community-based waiver that provides funding for persons under the age of 65, with a certified disability, on Medical Assistance, meets the nursing facility-level of care criteria, and needs supports and service that will help them avoid or delay institutional living.
Developmental/Intellectual Disabilities (DD/ID)
The Developmental Disability Waiver provides funding for home and community-based services for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Waiver service may be provided in a person’s home, in a relative’s home, or in a foster care home.
Personal Care Assistance Program (PCA)
The Personal Care Assistance (PCA) Program provides services to people who need help with day-to-day activities to allow them be more independent in their own homes. A personal care assistant (PCA) is trained to help with basic daily routines. A PCA may be able to help you if you have a physical, emotional, or mental disability, a chronic illness or an injury.
Home Care Services
Home Care Services provides medical and health-related services and assistance with day-to-day activities to people in their home. It can be used to provide short-term care for people moving from a hospital or nursing home back to their home, or it can also be used to provide continuing care to people with ongoing needs.