Woody's Mom, Inc.
About CAP/C
The Community Alternatives Program for Children (CAP/C) offers long-term, home-based nursing  and other medically necessary services, supplies, and equipment to children with special healthcare needs and who live at home with their family.

CAP/C participants can receive an array of services:
  • Case management
  • In-home nursing or nurse aide care
  • Respite time
  • Home modifications such as wheelchair ramps, ceiling lifts, bathroom modifications
  • Vehicle modifications, including special needs car seats
  • Palliative care, expressive therapy, bereavement counseling
  • Adapted tricycles
  • Caregiver training and education
In addition, your child's CAP/C enrollment provides other services funded by Medicaid:
  • private insurance co-pays and deductibles
  • specialized therapy
  • wheelchairs, walkers, standers, and other positioning and mobility devices
  • assistive technology and augmentive communication devices
  • diapers and incontinence supplies
  • respiratory supplies and equipment
  • enteral formula and supplies
  • other medically necessary services

CAP/C is managed by the North Carolina Division of Medical Assistance