What services does CLA offer children?
- CLA provides Medical Assistance Personal Care (MAPC) funded by the State of Wisconsin.
- A child must need hands on personal care to qualify and be eligible for Medicaid.
- Most children are referred through the Family Support and Resource Center.
- Children must be 4 to 18 years of age.
- If the child is under age 4, please refer to the Birth to Three program to pursue services.
- If eligible, services are 100% funded by the Medicaid program.
Personal Care Workers:
- CLA will recruit, train and supervise workers in your home.
- Often a parent or surrogate will refer a family member or someone they know to be hired as their child’s personal care worker (applicant must pass the CLA screening process).
- Service hours under MAPC are typically provided in the morning prior to school, after school and at bedtime.
CLA Care Solutions offers an alternative for individuals
who do not qualify for Medicaid.
- Community Living Alliance can provide case management, support brokering, personal care and home chore services per your request.
- A representative from CLA will meet with you to determine your needs and services we can provide.
- An hourly fee is charged for the services you select and a contract is signed by the client, parent or guardian and CLA.
- A minimum of one hour is required per visit.
- CLA will recruit, train and supervise case management and personal care worker(s) who provide your services.