Government paying people to assist Medicaid patients!
The Government has created a CDPAP program that enables almost anyone to get paid for taking care of someone on Medicaid.
CDPAP is a Medicaid program that allows consumers that need home care to direct their own care by hiring and training almost anyone, including family members or parent of a child (over 21 years old) to assist with daily home care needs.
- Do I need any training for this position?
No formal training is required for you to qualify as a caregiver. Any skill that would be required for this opportunity will be taught to you by the patients themselves.
The amount of hours you will need to work as a caregiver will be determined by the patient’s insurance company.
There are simple requirements to qualify for this position:
- You must be able to legally work in the United States.
- You need to have taken a full physical examination with your doctor, including complete lab results, with the last year.
- How do I apply?
You will need to enroll your family member with Medicaid into a CDPAP (Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Program) that will allow you to become their caregiver.