CDS, Made Simple
We’re on a mission to make CDS more easily understood and available to all who need it.
Just remember the ‘CDS Three’:
- The Consumer is the qualifying individual who needs home care due to a disability or health condition.
- The Attendant is the individual who provides the care, and is chosen and hired by the consumer.
- The Vendor is the company that handles all payroll, taxes, training and care management, and is the clinical support system for both the attendant and the consumer along the way (that’s US!)
Which best describes you?
CDS. Even the name is confusing.
Who thought of calling it “Consumer Directed Services,” anyway? (We’ll give you a hint. It rhymes with ‘hovermint’.)
We’ve been offering CDS for over 12 years, so we’ve seen a thing or two—and we know how confusing it can be to get caught up in the details. So, do yourself a favor and let us handle that part. Whether you’re the attendant or the consumer, we can help give you peace of mind that you’re giving and receiving the best care possible.
Click one of the above links to learn more about each role—or just click the button below to get in touch with us—help is on the way!
CDS with Integrity – As easy as 1, 2, 3!
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I am the Consumer:
The person receiving care.
An elderly or disabled individual who receives caregiving services from the caregiver they have choosen, hired, and pay at no cost to themselves through Missouri’s CDS program.
I am the Attendant:
The person providing care.
An individual who provides caregiving services to an elderly or disabled family member, friend, or acquaintance. This caregiver receives payment for their services from Missouri’s CDS program.
We are the Vendor:
The company supporting care.
A Company which supports CDS caregiving services by providing insurance, payroll services and case management.