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Welcome to the most comprehensive consumer-directed care program in the nation! Consumer Directed Care Plus (CDC+) is a Medicaid program in Florida that gives the consumer the opportunity to hire workers and vendors to help with daily needs such as housecleaning, cooking and getting dressed. Your paid workers may even be family members or friends. In order to be eligible for CDC+, you must be receiving services from the Medicaid Aged/Disabled Adult (ADA) Waiver or the Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury (TBI/SCI) Waiver. All of the waiver services you are now receiving are available in CDC+. The PLUS means there’s more! You will have a trained Consultant to assist you but you may also choose a family member or friend as your Representative to manage your budget plan and help you make decisions. The CDC+ program is operated by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs with the Department of Health and the Department of Children and Families as partners. CDC+ allows you to live your life your way.


  • The Consumer Directed Plus Program (CDC+) is no longer accepting applications for enrollment.

  • Final timesheets and/or vendor invoices must be faxed to the CDC+ Program office at (850) 414-2310 for processing. All logins have been disabled.

  • 2013 W-2's have been mailed. For information regarding W-2's not received please contact the program office via email to cdcplus@elderaffairs.org

  • 2014 W-2's will be mailed to workers' addresses in the CDC+ system by January 31, 2015. Address changes should be updated by email to cdcplus@elderaffairs.org or faxing a new W-4 form to (850) 414-2310. Consumer must be identified.


2013 FLORIDA MINIMUM WAGE INCREASES Consumers, Consultants, and Representatives: Please make sure that CDC+ employees wages are adjusted to meet the required minimum wages according to the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and Florida law. Adjustments made to the budget should be made in such a way that consumers' expenditures remain within the CDC+ monthly allocation.

Effective January 1, 2013:
Florida New Minimum Wage is $7.79/hour


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